Alumnus elected to lead Ontario engineering society

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

An alumnus of Waterloo Engineering is the new president and chair of a provincial association that brings engineers together for the benefit of the profession and society as a whole.

Mark Frayne (BASc ’87, geological engineering) brings 30 years of experience in the mining industry and numerous volunteer roles in Sudbury to his leadership post with the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE).

Mark Frayne

Mark Frayne is the new president and chair of OSPE.

“As president of OSPE, I hope to apply my understanding of what individual engineers in Ontario need – no matter where you live or what industry you work in,” Frayne said in a media release.  "I believe that all engineers should become members, because OSPE provides a forum where a single voice can be joined with others to make it a shout for the changes needed to make our communities a better place for everyone." 

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