IPMI Announces 2023-2024 Board of Directors

New slate of directors takes effect following the IPMI Conference & Expo June 11-14, 2023.

FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA: The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) is pleased to announce its 2023-2024 Board of Directors. Elections were held by the association in April 2022. At the conclusion of IPMI’s 2023 Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo in Fort Worth, Texas, June 11-14, IPMI’s 2023-2024 board will begin their term.

Continuing his two-year appointment as Board Chair will be Gary Means, CAPP, Executive Director, Lexington & Fayette County Parking Authority, Lexington, Kentucky.

Four newly elected board members who will serve for the next two years include: Irma Henderson, CAPP, Director of Transportation Services, University of California, Riverside, Riverside, California; Carmen Donnell, CAPP, Managing Director, North America, PayByPhone, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Gabe Mendez, CAPP, Director of Transportation Operations, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, Wisconsin; and Shawn McCormick, Director, Parking Enforcement and Traffic, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), San Francisco, California.

Re-elected board members who will serve an additional term through 2025 include: Josh Cantor, CAPP, Director of Parking & Transportation, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia; and Richard B. Easley, CAPP, President, E-Squared Engineering, Ashburn, Virginia.

The entire 2023-2024 IPMI Board of Directors, effective June 14, 2023, is:

About IPMI

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