Jody Carriere graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York with a degree in Civil Engineering. She worked as a traffic engineer for a small consulting firm in Vermont for nearly 20 years before venturing over to the west coast where she now lives in Vancouver Washington. Carriere is the traffic signal engineer for Clark County Public Works and has been with them for a little over four years working in the traffic signal engineering and operations section. Carriere is a licensed professional engineer responsible for the design, construction, and operation of approximately 100 traffic signals in the County.
She is entering her second term as the President of the Northwest Section of the International Municipal Signal Association and enjoys meeting and serving the members of IMSA from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska. Carriere really enjoys traveling to new places and meeting new people and this position provides plenty of opportunities for both.
In her free time, Carriere likes to ride her motorcycle, and go camping, hiking, and fishing or just get out and explore the great Northwest. She is working on getting the stamps filled up in her National Park passport book. During the winter