IPMI Recognizes 20 New CAPPs During 28th Annual Ceremony at Conference & Expo


The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) will celebrate the achievements of 20 new CAPPs during its 28th annual ceremony on July 26 during the IPMI Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

CAPP is recognized worldwide as the leading credential in parking and mobility. The CAPP curriculum covers topics including parking and mobility planning and design; rehabilitation and maintenance; finance, revenue control, and auditing; on- and off-street parking enforcement and adjudication; leadership and management; and media relations.

This year’s recipients represent parking and mobility managers from the municipal, academic, corporate, and hospital sectors, as well as industry consultants and commercial operators.

“IPMI’s CAPP recipients represent the height of professionalism and the best that our industry has to offer,” said IPMI’s CEO Shawn Conrad, CAE. “They advance our community through their innovation, leadership, and expertise. Their willingness to give back to the profession is what keeps parking and mobility moving forward.”

According to a survey of CAPPs, more than 90 percent attribute the credential to helping them achieve greater personal satisfaction, acquiring knowledge to do their job better, developing a broader peer network, and earning greater respect within their organizations. More than 75 percent attribute CAPP to increasing the likelihood of attaining a promotion.

For more information, visit the CAPP program website.

Newly credentialed CAPPs include:

  • Martin R. Arroyo, CAPP, Director Transportation Services, University of Washington at Bothell, Seattle, Wash.
  • Adam Burke, CAPP, General Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., Kansas City, Mo.
  • Peter Cho, CAPP, Senior Manager, Business Operations, LAZ Parking Ltd., La Palma, Calif.
  • Andrew Cushman, CAPP, General Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., Santee, Calif.
  • Christina L. Dayton, CAPP, Deputy Director, Allentown Parking Authority, Allentown, Pa.
  • Adam Feller, CAPP, Operations Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., San Francisco, Calif.
  • Robert Ferrin, CAPP, Parking & Mobility Sector Leader, Kimley-Horn, Columbus, Ohio
  • Charlie Grab, CAPP, Director of Parking and Commuter Choice, Harvard University, Central Village, Conn.
  • Lonetta Wilson Hanson, CAPP, Assistant Director, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Florezel Jose, CAPP, Operations Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif.
  • Aufrauz Khan, CAPP, General Manager, Elite Parking Services, St. Augustine, Fla.
  • Stephen Logan, CAPP, Operations Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., Las Vegas, Nev.
  • Muhammad Mansoor, CAPP, Vice President, Government Operations, LAZ Parking Ltd., Corona, Calif.
  • Maria Starr McMullen, CAPP, Assistant Director, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Ill.
  • Tate Misiaszek, CAPP, Area Manager, LAZ Parking Ltd., Oceanside, Calif.
  • Nicholas Morris, CAPP, Senior Director of Business Development, LAZ Parking Ltd., New York, N.Y.
  • Michael O’Dell, CAPP, Deputy Project Manager, JASINT Consulting & Technologies, Dunkirk, Md.
  • Troy Richter, CAPP, Director of Parking Services, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, La Crosse, Wis.
  • Adrienne Leigh Maslin Tucker, CAPP, Parking Services Manager, City of Manhattan, Junction City, Kan.
  • Heidi Wingate, CAPP, General Manager, Elite Parking Services, Jacksonville, Fla.

For more information on IPMI’s CAPP program, contact IPMI Director of Professional Development Kathleen Federici, M.Ed., federici@parking-mobility.org.

About IPMI

The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) is the world’s largest association of professionals in parking, transportation, and mobility — professionals who keep all of us moving. IPMI works to advance the parking and mobility profession through professional development, research and data collection, advocacy, and outreach. With experts from around the world in dozens of specialties, IPMI helps parking and transportation function efficiently so people, businesses, and communities can keep moving.