ACEC Tarrant County March Member Luncheon 3/28/2018
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ACEC Tarrant County March Member Luncheon 3/28/2018

Please join us on February 28th, 2018, at 11:45 AM, as we welcome Paul Ballard, President/CEO of Trinity Metro, and Fort Worth Councilwoman Ann Zadeh.

When: March 28, 2018
11:45 AM
Where: Petroleum Club of Fort Worth
777 Main Street
Suite 4000
Fort Worth, Texas  76102
United States
Contact: Brinton Payne

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Please join us for a conversation on transit within the western portion of the metroplex. Our two distinguished speakers will be: 

Councilwoman Ann Zadeh and Trinity Metro's Paul Ballard

Elected in June 2014, District 9 representative Ann Zadeh joined the Fort Worth City Council ranks already a seasoned veteran at navigating the important decisions city leaders must make.

Zadeh – a Fort Worth resident of more than 25 years – came to Texas after obtaining a bachelors degree in environmental studies from the University of California–Santa Cruz. She enrolled at the University of Texas at Arlington and obtained a masters in city and regional planning in 1992.

After being credentialed by the American Institute of Certified Planners, Zadeh spent five years as a city planning consultant, advising municipalities throughout the Metroplex.

Zadeh is an active member of The American Planning Association (APA), the Texas Chapter APA, the local Midwest Section whose mission it is to advocate the profession of planning, providing expertise and processes that empower citizens to be engaged in the development and sustainability of Great Communities in Texas.

Zadeh is passionate about Transportation and Transit. She currently serves on the Regional Transportation Council and the City of Fort Worth Infrastructure and Transportation Committee. She also attends the Housing and Neighborhood Services Committee regularly.

Paul Ballard has been President and CEO of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA) since 2014. He came to FWTA after serving 12 years as President of Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Regional Transportation Authority in Middle Tennessee. He holds a B.S. Degree in Business, Transportation and Public Utilities Management from the Indiana University School of Business and an MPA Degree from Webster University in St. Louis.

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