Matt Bennett is a transport planner based in Aurecon’s Melbourne office and is president of the YITE-ANZ Committee. Starting from a young age, Matt has always been fascinated by all modes of transport and how best to integrate them. His involvement with the ITE began with the Australian first Student Leadership Summit in 2018. As part of the organising committee, Matt took responsibility for the pub trivia styled Traffic Bowl and aided the marketing and communication strategy. As the inaugural president of the YITE-ANZ Committee, Matt aims to help establish and grow a strong global network with fellow transport enthusiasts.
Vice-President of Young ITE-ANZ
Student Chapter Support
Marketing and Communications
Cassie is a Transport Planner at Jacobs, part of the Melbourne office team. In her role, she has worked on the delivery of integrated transport planning and strategy projects which investigates road, freight, public transport, active transport and land use. She has been involved in traffic modelling and data analysis, as well as assessing performance in terms of safety, pedestrian connectivity and traffic flow.
Cassie completed her Bachelor of Civil Engineering and Architectural Design at Monash University in 2019. Her interests lie in transport and traffic engineering as well as sustainability. These fields bring with them global challenges that she hopes to address within her career.
She is a marketing general representative on the YITE-ANZ committee. Cassie joined the ITE-ANZ Executive Board in 2018 and is also currently Co-Vice President. Through being involved in the ITE-ANZ Executive Board and the YITE committee, she hopes to foster a strong network of transport students and professionals, bringing more learning opportunities to the industry.
Danielle returns to the Young ITE-ANZ (YITE) as the General Representative, following a successful role as the Co Vice President and inaugral Secretary for the committee.
Danielle is a Transport Engineer at DoT in Melbourne. She is passionate about the transportation industry and is a keen advocate for young people contributing to the profession through fresh, innovative ideas. She has been involved in the ITE-ANZ for over a year, taking on the role of Interstate Representative Liaison and Speaker Liaison as part of the organizing committee for the inaugural Student Leadership Summit (SLS). She has also taken on an active role within the ITE, assisting in the organization of 2019 seminars.
Danielle is looking forward to exploring opportunities with her fellow committee members to assist young professionals and students to make a significant contribution to the profession.