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Mountain District Board
Mountain District President
Benjamin T. Waldman
Ben Waldman, P.E., PTOE has a long history building consensus around innovative solution for transportation challenges. With over 25 years of experience in both the private and public sectors, he has led a broad range of transportation studies and design efforts. He is a past president of the ITE Colorado/Wyoming Section and was LAC chair of the 2018 ITE Joint Western and Texas District meeting in Keystone, Colorado. Ben grew up in Denver, Colorado and spent time in Texas during the 1990’s where he received Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Texas. In January, 2000 Ben returned to Denver Colorado where he currently resides with his wife and three children.
Mountain District Vice President
Devin V. Moore
Devin Moore, P.E., PTOE, RSP2 is most proud of his successful 10+ years of marriage and his four beautiful children. He is also a transportation engineer at Kimley-Horn in Reno, Nevada, the Past President of the ITE Intermountain Section. A Bachelor of Science graduate of Brigham Young University (where he was the Secretary of the ITE student chapter) and Master of Science graduate from Texas A&M University (where he served as President of the ITE student chapter), Devin is now pursuing a PhD from the University of Nevada Reno (where he serves as the ITE student chapter mentor). He has over 10 years of professional experience with a solid foundation of traffic analysis and a passionate emphasis on transportation safety, GIS applications and multimodal transportation planning. In 2016, Devin was awarded the Young Professional Achievement Award by the Western District.
Mountain District Secretary-Treasurer
Danielle Scharf's, P.E., PTOE, LEED AP experience in ITE includes serving as an officer of the student chapter at Montana State University, the Montana Chapter and the Intermountain Section. Most recently, she has served as the Chair of the Student Initiatives Committee for the Western District and as Vice Chair for the newly formed Student and Younger Member Committee of the Mountain District. She is proud to have been honored for her service to ITE by being selected for the James L. Pline Award from the Intermountain Section in 2015 and the Young Professional Achievement Award from the Western District in 2010. She is a Principal and Region Manager for Sanderson Stewart in Bozeman, Montana. She has worked for Sanderson Stewart for nearly 18 years and has received nothing but enthusiastic support and encouragement for her involvement in ITE.