I have worked in the field of bicycle and pedestrian facilities planning and design for most of my career. Much of this time I've worked for local and regional government, but I've also worked in the private sector, and with not for profit organizations.
In addition to facilities planning and design work, I've also worked in advocacy, and I've done successful lobbying work in Tallahassee and Washington D.C. in an effort to influence good policy that will improve safety for all road users.
I've taught classes on bicycle facilities planning and design for the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) at UC Berkeley, and I'm a certified bicycling instructor for the League of American Bicyclists. While working for ITS, I worked under a contract for the California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) updating their manual on maintenance of traffic in construction zones
I am also an effective communicator having been a member of Toastmaster's International for a number of years, and I've taken advanced writing classes.
Environmental Resource Management and Planning Interdisciplinary program with an emphasis on planning and policy issues associated with the management of natural resources in the urban environment. Core courses taken in biology, field and habitat ecology, and the earth and atmospheric sciences. Elective courses included computer science, political science, economics, cartography, and remote sensing.
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