Board of Directors

  • Chair

    David G. Onorato, CAPP
    Executive Director, Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh

    David G. Onorato, CAPP
    Executive Director, Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh

  • David G. Onorato, CAPP
    Executive Director, Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh, Pa.

    Doppelgänger: Tom Selleck or Randy Grossman.

    Happy place: Any time spent at our lake house.

    Childhood dream: Becoming a professional athlete.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Trip to Italy.

    Dream wheels: 1979 metallic blue Berlinetta Camero.

  • Past Chair

    Roamy R. Valera, CAPP
    CEO, North America, PayByPhone Technologies, Inc.

    Roamy R. Valera, CAPP
    CEO, North America, PayByPhone Technologies, Inc.

  • Roamy R. Valera, CAPP
    CEO, North America, PayByPhone Technologies, Inc.

    Miramar, Fla.

    In six words: Took advantage of every opportunity given.

    Happy place: There is no better place than Palancar Beach in Cozumel, Mexico. I have enjoyed the most relaxing times and memories on that beach.

    Childhood dream: I always wanted to be an architect.

    Slogan: I hate losing more than I love winning (it motivates me!).

    Greatest accomplishment: The legacy of my three children, who are amazing human beings.

  • Chair Elect

    Gary A. Means, CAPP
    Executive Director, Lexington Parking Authority

    Gary A. Means, CAPP
    Executive Director, Lexington Parking Authority

  • Gary A. Means, CAPP
    Executive Director, Lexington Parking Authority

    Lexington, Ky.

    Superpower: I can do a better cartwheel than any non-YPIP!

    Doppelgänger: Casey Jones, CAPP, of SP+. I can’t walk across the IPI Expo floor without someone saying “Hi Casey” to me.

    Happy place: Near water, preferably the ocean, with my wife.

    Slogan: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Matthew 7:12.

    Hidden talent: Bass player.

  • Treasurer

    Alejandra Argudin, CAPP
    Chief Executive Officer, Miami Parking Authority

    Alejandra Argudin, CAPP
    Chief Executive Officer, Miami Parking Authority

  • Alejandra Argudin, CAPP
    Chief Executive Officer, Miami Parking Authority

    Miami, Fla.

    Ultimate dinner guest: Oprah Winfrey.

    Happy place: The beach is my happy place.

    Greatest accomplishment: Being a mom of two wonderful boys.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Go on an African safari.

    Parking rocks because: It is an industry that is constantly changing and has great opportunities for growth.

  • Chris Austin, CAPP
    Director, University at Buffalo, Parking & Transportation Services

    Chris Austin, CAPP
    Director, University at Buffalo, Parking & Transportation Services

  • Chris Austin, CAPP
    Director, University at Buffalo, Parking & Transportation Services

    Buffalo, N.Y.

    Happy place: Florida in March

    Childhood dream: To be a United States Senator (Senator is a close runner-up to parking and mobility!)

    Slogan: Wherever the next year takes you, enjoy the ride!

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Vacation across Europe

    Extracurriculars: Golf, bowling, traveling and experiencing new places

  • Bridgette Brady, CAPP
    Senior Director of Transportation and Mail Services, Cornell University

    Bridgette Brady, CAPP
    Senior Director of Transportation and Mail Services, Cornell University

  • Bridgette Brady, CAPP
    Senior Director of Transportation and Mail Services, Cornell University

    Ithaca, N.Y.

    Happy place: Glacier National Park.

    Childhood dream: Anything that had to do with horses—a cowgirl.

    Slogan: Courage.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Live on a beach.

    Extracurriculars: Endurance sports and training, travel, enjoying the outdoors and nature.

  • L Dennis Burn

    L. Dennis Burns, CAPP
    Regional Vice President and Senior Practice Builder

    L. Dennis Burns, CAPP
    Regional Vice President and Senior Practice Builder

  • L Dennis Burn

    L. Dennis Burns, CAPP
    Regional Vice President and Senior Practice Builder

    Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

    Phoenix, Ariz.

    Superpower: Disc golf.

    Happy place: Flathead Lake, Montana

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Photograph the Northern Lights

    Extracurriculars: I have a huge Pez dispenser collection and am an amateur photographer.

    Hidden talent: Disc Golf

    Parking rocks because: The helpful, caring, talented people in our industry!

  • Josh Cantor

    Josh Cantor, CAPP
    Director, Parking & Transportation

    Josh Cantor, CAPP
    Director, Parking & Transportation

  • Josh Cantor

    Josh Cantor, CAPP
    Director, Parking & Transportation

    George Mason University

    Fairfax, Va.

    Career before parking: Politics

    Childhood dream: I planned on being President of the U.S.

    Slogan: If we couldn’t laugh, we’d all go insane.

    Greatest accomplishment: Raising three incredibly busy, talented, and accomplished boys who are now 20,18, and 12.

    Extracurriculars: Huge sports fan and full-time hockey dad.

  • Pamela Corbin, CAPP
    Parking Services Manager, City of Greenville

    Pamela Corbin, CAPP
    Parking Services Manager, City of Greenville

  • Pamela Corbin, CAPP
    Parking Services Manager, City of Greenville

    Greenville, S.C.

    Superpower: Strong intuition.

    Career before parking: U.S. Air Force Management Analyst.

    Ultimate dinner guest: Ronald Reagan.

    Extracurriculars: Kayaking, hiking, and traveling.

    Dream wheels: Lamborghini Gallardo

  • Allen L. Corry, CAPP
    Assistant Vice President, Parking Business Unit, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

    Allen L. Corry, CAPP
    Assistant Vice President, Parking Business Unit, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

  • Allen L. Corry, CAPP
    Assistant Vice President, Parking Business Unit, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

    Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

    Career before parking: Spent 30 years in the United States Army, which spanned from the Viet Nam era to the Iraqi era.

    Greatest accomplishment: Transitioning from a leader in the U.S. Army to a leader as a parking professional.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: To play poker in a casino in Monte Carlo.

    Extracurriculars: Played basketball on the Harlem Magicians with players from the original Globetrotters.

    Parking rocks because: Everyone who drives must participate.

  • Robert Ferrin, CAPP
    Assistant Director for Parking Services, City of Columbus Department of Public Service

    Robert Ferrin, CAPP
    Assistant Director for Parking Services, City of Columbus Department of Public Service

  • Robert Ferrin, CAPP
    Assistant Director for Parking Services, City of Columbus Department of Public Service

    Columbus, Ohio

    Career before parking: Downtown development professional.

    Childhood dream: Professional Lego builder.

    Greatest accomplishment: Personal – marrying my soulmate and having two amazing children. Professional – starting a parking program from the ground-up in Aurora, Colo.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: Take a year-long worldwide cruise with my wife.

    Parking rocks because: It’s the nexus between transportation and land use, the glue that makes cities work.

  • Kathryn Hebert, PhD
    President & CE)

    Kathryn Hebert, PhD
    President & CE)

  • Kathryn Hebert, PhD
    President & CE)

    TPMConnect

    Westport, CT

    Career before parking: Finance--playing with other people’s money.

    Happy place: Mojacar, Almeria, Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean with a bottle of wine. In six words:Never give up, smile, keep moving.

    Parking rocks because: Parking touches on every aspect of everything. It’s all about parking, always!

    Dream wheels: BMW 7 Series Metallic

  • Jaime Lopez de Aguilar
    President, Grupo Setex

    Jaime Lopez de Aguilar
    President, Grupo Setex

  • Jaime Lopez de Aguilar
    President, Grupo Setex

    Madrid, Spain

    Career before parking: But was there life before parking?

    In six words: I never follow the marked path.

    Happy place: My house in Mallorca, Spain.

    Extracurriculars: Music, hiking, skiing, writing, drawing.

    Parking rocks because: For a driver, every trip starts and ends with parking.

  • Mark Lyons, CAPP
    Manager, City of Sarasota, Fla.

    Mark Lyons, CAPP
    Manager, City of Sarasota, Fla.

  • Mark Lyons, CAPP
    Manager, City of Sarasota, Fla.

    Sarasota, Fla.

    Career before parking: Aviation.

    In six words: Are you who you wanna be?

    Extracurriculars: Watching sunsets, playing beach volleyball, kayaking, golf, playing with my grandson.

    Hidden talent: Acting.

    If I were rich: I am rich! But, if I had lots and lots of money, let’s start by developing a global social platform to strengthen family and develop individual courage. It is said that nothing can be accomplished first without courage.

  • Jennifer Tougas

    Jennifer I. Tougas, Ph.D., CAPP
    Director, Parking and Transportation Services, Western Kentucky University

    Jennifer I. Tougas, Ph.D., CAPP
    Director, Parking and Transportation Services, Western Kentucky University

  • Jennifer Tougas

    Jennifer I. Tougas, Ph.D., CAPP
    Director, Parking and Transportation Services, Western Kentucky University

    Bowling Green, Ky.

    Ultimate dinner guest: Jacque Cousteau.

    Childhood dream: A veterinarian.

    Slogan: If every obstacle becomes a stepping stone, you will never fail to succeed.

    Parking rocks because: It’s an inclusive, diverse, and incredibly supportive community.

    Dream wheels: Corvette (After all, I do live in Bowling Green, Ky.--home of the Corvette).

  • Shawn Conrad, CAE
    CEO, International Parking & Mobility Institute

    Shawn Conrad, CAE
    CEO, International Parking & Mobility Institute

  • Shawn Conrad, CAE
    CEO, International Parking & Mobility Institute

    Alexandria, VA

    Superpower: Dogs and grandmothers love me.

    Career before parking: Many, many years ago I had an egg route.

    In six words: Music will set you free.

    Ultimate dinner guest: Abraham Lincoln.

    Happy place: My woodshop.

    Childhood dream: To have had a locker next to Tom Seaver’s – NYMets pitching great. Or to own and operate a cattle ranch in a scenic valley.

    Slogan: I hope we are not there yet, keep driving.

    Greatest accomplishment: Of course my family.

    No. 1 thing on your bucket list: To get more buckets.