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26th ANNUAL WHEEL RAIL INTERACTION CONFERENCE

Heavy Haul Sessions Speaker:

Biography

Corina Moore

Corina Moore
President & CEO
Ontario Northland

Biography: Biography: Corina Moore, President and CEO - Ontario Northland Transportation Commission Corina Moore, President and CEO of Ontario Northland - a transportation agency,is a proud northerner with a hands-on leadership style focused on the long term sustainability of the organization.

Corina’s early career traces a journey around the globe in business process engineering and optimization in the telecommunication and technology industries.

As President and CEO she is a fearless leader, responsible for the radical transformation of Ontario Northland into a renewed, strong and stable organization. Her efforts have resulted in unprecedented positive changes for the North; hiring over 200 new employees, adding over 20 new rail freight customers, expanding motor coach services for the first time in the company’s history and obtaining long-term investment from the Province.

Her passion and appreciation for new ideas have transformed the company’s culture into one of innovation. She takes her customers and employees satisfaction seriously, resulting in their dedication and commitment to the organization.

Over the next few years, Corina’s focus will be to continue delivering strong and reliable transportation services that are vital to the people of Northern Ontario while adding new customers, enhancing service delivery and making processes even more efficient.

Corina was recognized by Railway Ageas one of ten women who are visionaries in the rail industry in North America. She is also the first woman to appear on the front cover of Railway Age Magazine since its inception in 1856. She is a graduate of Waterloo University in Systems Design Engineering and Business Administration and Management. A married mother of three, when Corina isn’t at the hockey rink, she can be found spending time with her extended family, traveling, volunteering or enjoying time at the lake with her children.