Autonomous Transportation Canada is the only nationally incorporated not-for-profit association with a mandate to connect the expanding connected and autonomous transportation community.

Members of the Founding Board of Directors have been central to the association’s establishment, and are providing vision, strategic direction and setting the course of Autonomous Transportation Canada.

Leadership 1

Angela Iannuzziello

An expert consultant on transportation and transit-related matters across North America with over 38 years of extensive and diverse experience as a professional engineer specializing in transportation projects.

Leadership 2

Arif K. Rafiq, the Transportation Industry Manager for Esri Canada

Focusing on advising customers on how to use geographic information system (GIS) technology and location intelligence to improve all areas of transportation management.

Leadership 3

Rohit Shanker, the CEO of Inovex Inc.

A cloud solutions company that enables data collection, systems integration, analytics and dashboarding for fleet management.

Leadership 4

W. Ian Palm, Partner at Gowling WLG

Whose practice focuses on corporate finance, M&A and private equity, with expertise in infrastructure, automotive, technology and energy matters.

Leadership 5

Maureen Shuell, Executive Director

With a background in communications with political and not-for-profit organizations, including12 years leading communications for the Canadian Urban Transit Association, in 2012, she founded RendezVous Communications focusing on media and government relations; issues management; and, not-for-profit management with a lens on the sustainable mobility, infrastructure and clean technology sectors.

After extensive industry consultations, she identified the need for a holistic approach and coordination of the emerging connected, automated, shared and electric (CASE) mobility sector. There was a disconnect among industry leaders with respect to the broader infrastructure framework of this fast-growing autonomous transportation ecosystem. This led to the founding of Autonomous Transportation Canada in 2019.