Rogina is passionate about mobilizing people towards making a social impact and building long-term community resilience. As a Program Specialist, she helps implement TDM programs spanning the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) that support sustainable urban mobility and promote initiatives that make the daily commute more accessible, safer, and greener.
Rogina has dedicated her career to program delivery, community outreach, and stakeholder engagement. She currently leads these efforts for three Transportation Management Associations in Toronto. Rogina previously worked with non-profit organizations across the GTHA to deliver large-scale behavior change programs that mitigate climate change, protect biodiversity, and improve air quality.
Rogina collaborates effectively with municipal governments, neighborhood associations, and environmental groups to achieve program goals. Within these roles, she has championed addressing equity in climate action by engaging those disproportionately affected by climate change like low-income groups, BIPOC communities, and seniors.
Rogina earned her degree in Environmental Management with Double Minors in Geography and Political Science from the University of Toronto. She was selected by the University to conduct a comprehensive Zero Waste Feasibility Assessment for the Mississauga Campus.
In her free time, you can find Rogina canoeing or camping in one of many provincial parks in Ontario — even in the winter!