WSP in Canada announced Nov. 15 that Corina Moore has been named as the company’s new Executive Vice President for Transportation and Infrastructure, effective Jan. 15, 2024.
Moore, who will work out of the company’s downtown Toronto office, will be responsible for leading a Canadian Transportation and Infrastructure team that is “dedicated to developing sustainable, resilient, innovative and Future Ready™ solutions for communities,” according to WSP Canada.
Previously, Moore, a province native, spent 17 years with Ontario Northland, joining the company in 2005 as its Director of Telecommunications. She held multiple senior leadership positions, including Chief Operations Officer, eventually being named President and CEO in 2014–the first female president of a major Canadian railway. Moore led several strategic initiatives during that time, including Moving Forward, a program designed to “improve efficiency, grow revenues and promote the value of ONR’s transportation expertise, to successfully revitalize the organization.”
“Corina has been a recognized leader in the transportation industry for many years,” said WSP in Canada President and CEO Marie-Claude Dumas. “Her industry experience and collaborative approach make her an ideal fit to lead our Transportation and Infrastructure sector.”
In 2017, Moore was named as one of Railway Age’s first Women in Rail award honorees. She was the first woman ever to appear on the cover of Railway Age (see above) as part of our inaugural Women in Rail awards.