Darla Campbell, P.Eng.
Vice President (elected)
Darla Campbell chose engineering because it offered the opportunity to become part of a profession. After 27 years of licensure in PEO, she continues to wear the P.Eng. designation with pride. Darla has demonstrated leadership from the trenches of a construction site to the boardrooms of corporations. Darla is the Sustainability and Asset Management lead with Dillon Consulting Limited. She draws from her previous role with the Ontario Clean Water Agency on operational efficiencies and capital planning. She has led workshops with municipal clients on levels of service and risk considering climate change vulnerability, as well as delivered asset management training to over 200 participants from nearly 90 municipalities. She holds the certificate in asset management from the Institute of Asset Management and she is a certified sustainability (CSR) practitioner from the Chartered Management Institute. She has served on boards, both corporate and not-for-profit, including experience with national and international organizations. Darla served as the executive director of the Ontario Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (OCSI). She was the chair of the Strategy, Policy and Innovation committee for the CNE Association and serves on the boards of the Canadian Network of Asset Management (CNAM), Rethink Sustainability Initiatives and Waterlution. From 2014 to 2017 Darla was the chair of the Government Liaison Committee (GLC).