Christopher Chahine, P.Eng., PMP, SSBBP
Vice president (elected)
Christopher Chahine has 12 years of professional work experience at Toronto Hydro along with a handful of leadership certifications from several universities in Ontario, including University of Windsor, University of Toronto, York University Schulich School of Business and Wilfred Laurier University. Alongside a P.Eng. licence, Chahine has diverse experience and holds Project Manager Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Black Belt Professional (SSBBP) designations and specializes in efficiency and leadership. He currently works as a system planner, where he is the lead engineer for short- and long-term system reliability and strategic planning for transformer stations and feeders in Scarborough, ON. Throughout his career, Chahine participated in countless committees, including Standard Design Practice and leading and writing a multimillion-dollar business case portfolio for electrical rate application to the Ontario Energy Board. Throughout his time on Council, Chahine contributed to the Regulatory Policy and Legislation Committee, was vice chair of the 2021 Chapters Leaders Conference, was the keynote speaker at several chapter events and licence ceremonies, is the current appointed chair of the Regional Councillors Committee and has been actively involved with PEO chapters. Chahine is the past unit director of the Society of United Professionals Toronto Hydro Local. Chahine is passionate about climate change and has delivered several seminars on climate change engineering and process solutions. Chahine is an articulate and charismatic presenter and facilitator with years of motivational speaking experience and winner of a Toastmasters International Award.