CUTA Announces Appointment of New President and Chief Executive Officer
June 13, 2018 (Toronto, ON) – The Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) is delighted to announce the appointment of Marco D’Angelo as President and Chief Executive Officer. Marco’s appointment was approved by CUTA’s Board of Directors on June 12, 2018, and he will begin his new role on July 16 this year.
Marco has acted as the Executive Director of the Ontario Traffic Council (OTC) for the past ten years. Prior to this, he was employed at CUTA as the Director of Public Affairs and Communications between 2003 and 2006. Marco originally left CUTA to obtain his MBA from the University of Montréal’s HEC (École des hautes études commerciales de Montréal). He brings a deep understanding of transit and of association management to his new role at CUTA.
“Our Board of Directors warmly welcomes Marco to the CUTA team, and we look forward to working with him to ensure that CUTA continues to deliver on its vision to inspire and influence the evolution of integrated urban mobility. The Board would like to thank Wendy Reuter for her outstanding work and efforts to ensure a seamless transition process as acting CEO,” stressed Doug Morgan, Chair of CUTA’s Board and Executive Committee.
“Over the last decade, I have worked hard at the OTC to promote a shift in focus towards integrated mobility, said Marco D’Angelo. I sincerely look forward to rejoining the team at CUTA to continue in this vein, and to deliver value for our members by meeting our organizational objectives as outlined in our Strategic Plan.”
Marco is fully bilingual and will be based out of CUTA’s Toronto office.
CUTA is the collective and influential voice of public transportation in Canada, dedicated to being at the centre of urban mobility issues with all orders of government, and delivering the highest value to its members and the communities they serve. CUTA is the national association representing public transit systems, suppliers to the industry, government agencies, individuals and related organizations in Canada.
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