ANNIE BLISSIT, P.E. The recipient of numerous engineering awards, Blissit is an asset to her firm and its water sector, and is actively involved with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Georgia Section. In both 2016 and 2017, Blissit organized humanitarian trips with ASCE to provide engineering support and drink-ing water sampling to a remote village in Nicaragua. Water Treatment Engineer, Gresham, Smith & Partners REBECCA COLLINS, P.E. Vice President – Aviation Division, Croy Engineering MARSHA ANDERSON BOMAR, AICP, ENV SP, F.ASCE, F.ITE Executive Director, Gateway85 Leading one of the largest aviation departments at a consulting engineering firm in the state of Georgia, Collins provides strategic leadership to the Croy Engineering team as Vice President. The firm now boasts 30 aviation clients in Georgia. Thanks to Collins, over $40 million in state government funds have been awarded to those clients. The founder of engineering firm Street Smarts, Bomar has shown outstanding leadership in business, community service and the engineering profession. Credited with the endowment of the Mentor and Mentee program at Georgia Institute of Technology, she also serves on local government and engineering councils. She’s won countless awards for her outstanding work as a businesswoman, mentor and engineer and continues to work with the industry in her role leading one of Gwinnett’s five Community Improvement Districts – Gateway85. LAUREN CURRY Deputy Director, Georgia Environmental Protection Division Now second in command at the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Curry has experience in various roles for the Georgia Department of Economic De-velopment, the U.S. Department of Trans-portation in Boston and former Governor Sonny Perdue. Her track record is fueled by accomplishments in communications and mar-keting strategy, legislative affairs, policy develop-ment and public events. GWYNNE DARDEN VICTORIA (TORI) BRINKLEY, P.E. Brinkley is a Senior Transportation Engi-neer at T.Y. Lin International with over 10 years of design experience. After graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in civil engineering, Brinkley began her career in the Office of Roadway Design for the Georgia Department of Transportation where she gained invaluable experience while forging pro-fessional relationships. She is actively involved in the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) and WTS where she is serving as the 2017-2018 Treasurer for the Atlanta Chapter. She is also a 2016-2017 graduate of ACEC Georgia's Future Leaders Program. Senior Transportation Engineer, T.Y. Lin International With 16 years in the Office of University Architects under her belt, Darden oversees both the development of the University's physical campuses and planning. In this role, she locates appropriate sites for project construction and manages design development. Darden's strengths are in her ability to work with campus leaders in both the preservation and expansion of facilities. Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning and University Architects, University of Georgia CARLA CARRAWAY ALYSSA DAVIS President, Precision Planning, Inc. From Intern to President, Car-raway has done it all in her 30 years at Precision Planning, Inc. Her straightforward, down-to-earth approach to doing business has earned her success in the company she runs and the community she supports. Carraway is dedicated to providing a team approach at the firm and steering clear of cookie cutter offerings for clients. 20 ENGINEERING GEORGIA Executive Director, Sugarloaf Community Improvement District Holding a master’s degree in city and re-gional planning, Davis leads the day-to-day operations of the Sugarloaf Community Improvement District (CID) – Gwinnett County’s newest CID – to ensure the long-term success of the area’s premiere business and entertainment district. In a previous role, she leveraged her experience to manage plans and transportation projects for the Gwinnett Village CID.