Senior Transportation Project Manager, Christina Minkler, PE, MBA has been named a member of the Albany Business Review’s 2017 class of 40 Under 40. This annual program honors talented young professionals in the Capital Region for their business leadership, industry accomplishments and community involvement.
One of CHA’s highly-skilled Capital Region Engineers, Christina has managed many significant local projects including the I-787 Hudson Waterfront Corridor Planning Study and the High-Speed Rail projects for Albany/Schenectady Double Track and Rensselaer Train Station Improvements. She has also served on the ACECNY Emerging Leaders Committee and as a panel member of National Cooperative Highway Research Program for “Navigating Multi-Agency NEPA Processes to Advance Multimodal Transportation Projects” from 2013 to 2016. Outside of the office, Christina dedicates more than 120 hours each year to the Capital District Future City® Competition, is a Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Leadership Institute volunteer, tutors Clarkson’s First Year Seminar students, and coordinates Engineers Week programs and outreach events.
Congratulations to Christina on this impressive achievement! An enthusiastic professional who takes great pride in bettering the communities where she lives and works, Christina truly lives our aspiration to responsibly improve the world we live in. She and the 2017 class of 40 Under 40 will be honored on Friday, May 12th at the newly opened Albany Capital Center—a CHA-designed multi-purpose center and economic powerhouse in the heart of Albany. View the full list of winners online at the Albany Business Review.