Richard Amore, PLA/AICP: Advocacy & Funding 1:00
Richard Amore is a landscape architect, urban planner, and community builder who blends his experience in community development, public space, and placemaking to spark revitalization of Vermont’s downtowns and village centers. He serves as planning and outreach manager for the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development where he works with downtowns and villages across Vermont and helps them plan and build prosperous, walkable, and inclusive communities.
Mark Anders: Built Environment 10:30 / Safe & Healthy Communities 15:00
Mark Anders has been a transportation planner at the Bennington County Regional Commission (BCRC) for 12 years, where he has planned numerous bicycle and pedestrian projects. Mark has a Master of Urban Planning degree from Hunter College in New York City. Before working at the BCRC, he worked at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on infrastructure projects that promote physical activity.
John Allen: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00
John Allen is a CyclingSavvy instructor and author of the booklet Bicycling Street Smarts. He cycles for local transportation and recreation. As technical writer and editor at sheldonbrown.com, he writes about bicycle customization and maintenance. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. John has also written a number of blogs for Savvy Cyclist. You can connect with John on Facebook.
Nic Anderson: Advocacy & Funding 10:30
Nic Anderson is a sustainable transportation professional that works at Champlain College. As a resident of South Burlington, Nic has served on the South Burlington Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee since 2019 and has help spearhead South Burlington’s Bicycle Friendly Community bronze level designation by the League of American Bicyclists, helped launch the “Penny for Paths” program and actively works to make our streets and spaces better for people walking and biking. Find out more about Nic here.
Dan Biggs: Built Environment 10:30
Dan Biggs, RLA, Regional Manager/ Sr. Landscape Architect Dan is a Registered Landscape Architect with more than 18 years of multi-disciplinary experience in all phases of landscape architecture design and environmental planning projects. His background includes leading multi-disciplinary teams on master planning, mixed-use and commercial site design, parks and recreational facilities, multi-use trails, campus improvements, and multi-modal transportation projects. Dan is also a certified arborist and irrigation designer.
David Black: Safe & Healthy Communities 3:00
David Black from RAD-innovations has been designing and producing Adaptive Bikes and mobility equipment for over 20 years. Since founding RAD-innovations we have built and shipped over 15,000 frames around the world for individuals and programs to enable people of all abilities to be active and inclusive. One of the most recent RAD projects is develop a lightweight running frame to enable individuals with physical challenges to walk/run independently. These frames are being used for mobility, recreation and competitive running on track and marathons. David travels around the world introducing and training organizations to build Frame running programs in their communities.
Ilona Blanchard: Advocacy & Funding 10:30
Ilona Blanchard, AICP, is the Community Development Director for the City of South Burlington. She has successfully applied for and been awarded many grants, and works with a variety of internal and external funding sources in Vermont, including Federal Aid, TIF District financing, VTrans Bicycle/Pedestrian Grants, and most recently led the effort that resulted in a $9.7 million RAISE (formerly TIGER/BUILD) grant for a pedestrian-bicycle bridge over I-89. Her work has resulted in new streetscapes, complete streets, sidewalks, shared use paths and other amenities in South Burlington and in Takoma Park, Maryland, where her role also included obtaining and managing grants.
Amy Brewer: Mobile Workshop 1:00
Amy serves as the RiseVT Specialist for the Enosburg Community, supporting important changes that increase walkability, bikeability, and recreation. She is also the regional program expert for the Safe Routes to School program, helping communities and schools find oftentimes creative ways to support student walking and biking. In addition, as the Coordinator for the Franklin Grand Isle Tobacco Prevention Coalition she works on policy, system and environmental changes that impact the health of our communities. In her off-hours, you can often find Amy outside running, walking and taking bike rides alongside her husband and two daughters.
Allie Breyer: Safe & Healthy Communities 3:00
Allie Breyer serves as the Information Director for the Division of Emergency Preparedness, Response, & Injury Prevention for the Vermont Department of Health. She specializes in creating clear, concise, and plain language communications to assist Vermonters in preparing for emergencies and keeping themselves and family safe from injury. She also manages the Road User Safety Program for the Health Department, focusing on bike, pedestrian, and older driver safety. Allie has a government, community organizing, and extensive volunteer background and has used storytelling to further programmatic goals and advocate for change in her communities. Learn more about Allie at alliebreyer.com or connect with Allie on LinkedIn or Twitter.
John Brooking: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00
John Brooking is a Cycling SavvyInstructor who teaches in New England and rides year round in Portland, Maine. John has served on various local and statewide committees for bicycle and pedestrian issues, including as a board member of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, and is certified as a youth cycling educator in Maine.
Whitney Burdge: Built Environment 1:00
Whitney is an Urban Mobility Planner at Stantec with experience in a wide range of planning projects across New England and the US, ranging from large cities to small town main streets. Her work emphasizes the need for comprehensive multimodal networks, the opportunities provided by smart mobility and new technologies, and supports the preparation for anticipated shifts in transportation demand of all modes. She is proud to have been car-free for 9 years and is excited for opportunities to educate people about mobility options and to advance transportation equity.
Amelia Casey: Built Environment 1:00
Amelia is a Transportation Planner at Stantec with experience in a range of projects including transit planning, corridor visioning, streetscape design, smart mobility initiatives, resiliency planning, and community-wide mobility planning. Her work has taken her to rural communities in Massachusetts to large counties in the greater Seattle area, where she applies her skillset to give communities the tools to create safe streets, enhance accessibility to transit, and promote modeshift. She embraces any opportunity to integrate data, design best practices, and community engagement efforts to create actionable and implementable projects.
Dave Cohen: Motherload Film Screening 6:30
Dave Cohen works as a consultant for Go Vermont providing free bike consultations for all Vermont residents as well as to the state’s bike shops and businesses. In addition, he is the founder and director of VBike (vbikesolutions.org), a non-profit organization promoting new bike designs & technologies for everyday transportation in Vermont. Among many other projects, in the mid-1990’s Dave founded Pedal Express, a delivery service based in Berkeley, CA utilizing a fleet of cargo bikes. The company gained national recognition for its innovative partnerships and is now enjoying its 27th year in business. He will introduce the screening of Motherload and lead discussion on it and cargo bikes following the film.
Jon Copans: Advocacy & Funding 3:00
Jon Copans serves as Executive Director of Old Spokes Home in Burlington. Previously he served as a Program Director leading climate and leadership programs at the Vermont Council for Rural Development. Before that he worked for the State of Vermont as Deputy Commissioner of the Public Service Department and at the Department of Environmental Conservation, and for eight years served in Congressman Peter Welch’s Vermont office. Jon grew up in Brattleboro, graduated from Macalester College, and currently lives in Montpelier with his wife and three children. He is an avid cyclist and enthusiastic though amateur fixer of bikes.
Dayton Crites: Built Environment 1:00
Dayton Crites is a Planner who believes in building spaces for people and the power of creativity to change our world for the better. He loves nothing more than an opportunity to convey ideas visually, and can often be found with a pencil in hand writing ideas down on the nearest available surface. He rides his bicycle as much as Vermont land use patterns and his family will allow, and has bicycle riding to thank for his career contributing to the planning, design and development of the built environment.
Dan Currier: Safe & Healthy Communities 10:30 / Advocacy & Funding 3:00
Dan started his State Government career in 2020 after 15 years of working for a regional planning commission in Vermont where he contributed to land-use policies, stormwater design, and transportation planning. His position with the Vermont Agency of Transportation is twofold including as a Public Transit Program Coordinator and the Go! Vermont Program Manager. The combination of regional planning, environmental and transportation experience contribute to his passion and understanding of public transit and transportation demand management (TDM), and his favorite mode of mobility is e-scooter.
Bryan Davis, AICP: Built Environment 3:00
Bryan joined the CCRPC (née CCMPO) in 2007 and is passionate about sustainable transportation options. He focuses on regional Transportation Demand Management programs, specializes in bicycle and pedestrian planning, espouses complete streets principles, and stays engaged with local communities. A graduate of Texas A&M University, Bryan moved to Colorado to pursue mountain biking and public service with the US Forest Service. He then gained non-profit experience in land conservation and affordable housing, and found his way to Vermont for graduate school at UVM where he earned a Master’s degree in Natural Resource Planning. Bryan lives in Burlington with his family and is always ready to talk heavy metal and mountain biking.
Jacqui Dement: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00 / Mobile Workshop 3:00
Jacqui is a Planning Coordinator with VTrans who helps communities navigate the Agency’s demonstration project and art installation application process and works with regional planning commissions to implement the State’s Transportation Planning Program. Outside of her VTrans work, Jacqui serves on the Charlotte Energy Committee, where she advocates for climate-friendly transportation improvements.
Wylie Dulmage Mobile Workshop 1:00
Wylie’s goal is to emphasize and elevate alternative transit, particularly bicycles to improve people’s lives and to reduce the effect of climate change. He has worked as the service manager at North America’s largest bike valet, run locally-sponsored free repair days, and worked as a mechanic both for his own business and local bike shops. I’m here to make sure all of the bikes at Local Motion are running safely and flawlessly, and to spread the knowledge and joy of bike maintenance to others.
Kim Forbes: Mobile Workshop 10:30
Kim is a preschool teacher, early childhood special educator and the director of the Mary Hogan Preschool Program in Middlebury, VT. She is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the Council for Exceptional Children and the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance. Kim has been teaching preschool for the last 27 years in Addison County.
Jim Gish: Mobile Workshop 10:30
Middlebury resident Jim Gish served as Community Liaison for the Middlebury Bridge & Rail Project for six years, from planning through project completion in 2021. Jim is currently a Senior Public Involvement Consultant at VHB.
Mary Ann Goulette: Built Environment 10:30
Mary Ann has worked as Town Manager in West Rutland for over ten years. In the last several years, she has received nearly $1,000,000 in grants towards sidewalk improvements. Currently, she is working with Rutland Town to design and construct a multi-use path along Business Route 4 to connect with Rutland City’s Creek Path. Previously, she worked 5 years as the executive director for the Downtown Rutland Partnership specializing in business development, special events and marketing. She is currently a Board of Director with the Rutland Chamber of Commerce, Rutland Economic Development Corp. and Vermont League Cities and Towns. She received her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Business Administration at St. Michael’s College. She is married and has two sons, ages 19 and 20.
Greg Goyette: Built Environment 1:00
Based out of Stantec’s Vermont office, Greg’s 20-year career has been focused on helping communities improve their transportation systems through thoughtful community engagement, planning and design. He has a passion for moving thoughts and ideas into a focused vision that can be implemented. He is part of Stantec’s GenerationAV initiative which helps communities plan for implementation of automated vehicle technologies. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Greg enjoys the mountains and lakes of Vermont, exploring new places, solving Wordle in as few tries as possible, and trying to compete with people half his age on the lacrosse field.
Mary Catharine Graziano: Safe & Healthy Communities 10:30 and 1:00
Mary Catharine manages Local Motion’s education and safety programs –coordinating and scheduling a fleet of 4 20′ trailers on their journey to delight kids throughout Vermont with loaner bikes, pretend roadkill, and tons of bike skills and bike safety games! We also offer to learn to ride classes, and work with schools anywhere in Vermont to help students discover the delights of walking and biking to school! I love to walk and bike because, let’s be honest, cars are convenient, but they’re also enclosed. You don’t see, smell, hear and discover as much inside of a car as you do outside of it. I love walking around my little island town, seeing neighbors outside, doing garden work, or reading a book, or enjoying the sunshine, and having little chats–all utterly impossible behind the windows of a car. Walking and biking helps me slow down, discover community, and pay attention to the details that zip by in a car.
Phil Hammerslough: Advocacy & Funding 3:00
Phil Hammerslough is a Net Zero Vermont staff member and project coordinator for Walk to Shop. In 1965, Phil discovered Vermont on his bike while leading a tour for American Youth Hostel. He learned how much fun, how far, and how much one could carry on a bicycle. He was hooked. In 1989, as his Macular Degeneration advanced, he gave up driving (feeling relieved himself and the world at large). Phil discovered that his bike was not only for recreation but a far healthier and efficient mode of transportation. Through personal experience and study, Phil continues to promote the many advantages of active transportation. He regularly walks, bikes and uses public transit and enjoys a healthier, more affordable and environmentally beneficial lifestyle.
Jack Hanson: Advocacy & Funding 1:00
Jack Hanson is a City Councilor in Burlington and the Executive Director of Run On Climate, a nonprofit devoted to advancing bold local-level climate policies in communities across the country. For two and a half years Jack worked at Sustainable Transportation Vermont, supervising UVM students interns advancing sustainable transportation projects and policies. As a City Councilor Jack has championed numerous sustainable transportation resolutions and ordinances. Jack has never owned a car and rarely ever gets in one – relying on his ebike, walking, and public transit year round.
Suzy Hodgson: Advocacy & Funding 1:00
Charlotte Energy Committee. Suzy has been an environmentalist for more years than she cares to count. She moved to Vermont and started working in local food and farming in 2008, first starting yourfarmstand and then moving on to the Center for Sustainable Agriculture, UVM Extension. She’s on the Acorn Energy Co-op Board and https://livegreenvt.org. She loves gardening, walking and biking and tries not to make too many cultural comparisons about public infrastructure where biking and trains are a mode of transport in places in Europe where she lived and worked for 16 years.
Amanda Holland: Advocacy & Funding 10:30
Amanda Holland is a community planning professional that joined the VTrans Policy, Planning & Intermodal Development Division as a Planning Coordinator in January 2022. Amanda has put her planning skills to work for the South Burlington Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee since 2015. Amanda assisted with public outreach to identify priorities of the residents to improve walking and biking conditions as well as helped launch and gain voter approval for the Penny for Paths initiative which resulted in a dedicated local funding source.
Faith Ingulsrud: Built Environment 3:00
Faith works as a faculty mentor for the Sustainable Transportation Communities of Practice internship Program at UVM, where she draws from a long career in planning, mostly at the municipal and state levels. Most recently, she worked with the Community Planning and Revitalization Division at DHCD. As a volunteer, she is active in the Burlington Walk Bike Council and the VT Planners Association.
Jon Kaplan: Advocacy & Funding 1:00
Jon Kaplan has been the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator at VTrans since 2009 and has worked in the program since 2000. Jon is involved with project funding and development, policy, technical assistance, safety education, and promotion of bicycling and walking. He recently moved to the Operations and Safety Bureau where he continues with a bicycle and pedestrian focus within the larger context of traffic engineering. He has been involved with bicycle and pedestrian planning and design since 1993.
Bruce Lieman: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00
Bruce Lierman is a CyclingSavvy Instructor and Vice President of the ABEA board of directors. He has previously served on the boards of Local Motion and the Vermont Bicycle-Pedestrian Coalition. He’s also a past Motorcycle Safety Foundation instructor, a daily transportation rider in Bennington and a bicycle tourist at every opportunity.
Stu Lindsey: Advocacy & Funding 3:00
Stu Lindsay is a Net Zero Vermont staff member and project coordinator for Walk to Shop. He has focussed on sustainable living issues since the mid 70’s. Stu was owner/operator of a successful alternative energy and personal food production retail store in Atlantic Canada. It took just one bike trip in The Netherlands for Stu to realize the benefits of having a safe and secure place to leave your bike when using it for active transportation. Along with Phil Hammerslough, Stu developed and established the Valet Bicycle Parking operation in Burlington under the umbrella of Local Motion. He is presently the Coordinator for the program. Stu served as an early board member of Local Motion as well as a member of the Burlington Walk/Bike Council Steering Committee. He has attended numerous cycle and pedestrian conferences world-wide and has publicly spoken on both cycling and pedestrian infrastructure.
Devon Neary: Mobile Workshop 3:00
Devon is the Transportation Planner at the Rutland Regional Planning Commission. In this role, he assists Rutland Region towns with planning for all modes and for all users. Devon is especially passionate about active transportation, where he has worked on several projects from scoping to construction.
Steve Norman: Mobile Workshop 3:00
In 1962 Linearc’s CEO Steve Norman greased and oiled trucks delivering leather goods to suburban New York malls. As his sister recalls it he thought up his reciprocating-pedal drive system during high school math class around the same time. At Oberlin College he played take-out on a dining hall dish crew opposite François Clemmons on pots, and pursued his Mechanic Ed. degree at Dick Dickinson’s BSA Motorcycles a few miles north. Then Honda dealers in Albuquerque and Lowell, MA., and a Suzuki shop in midtown Manhattan helped pay the bills before and during law school. Steve set the bike project aside some more while representing groups of poor people and people with disabilities at not-for-profit firms in New York, and then in Vermont from ’83 on. When he retired from law Steve taught skiing at Bolton and took up the bike project at last, forming Linearc, LLC, and employing local fabricators.
Katharine Otto: Advocacy & Funding 1:00
Katharine Otto is a Planning Coordinator with VTrans who assisted with the preparation of the VTrans BPSP and also works with the state’s RPCs to implement the Transportation Planning Initiative (TPI) program. Prior to joining VTrans she worked for Mount Ascutney Regional Commission as the transportation planner, as well as for a small transit company in rural Connecticut.
Megan Peek: Safe & Healthy Environment 1:00
Megan Peek graduated from American University with a degree in Cross-cultural Communications and Development and went on to get a Masters in intercultural and International Management from the School for International Training (now World Learning). Before coming to Vermont, she worked as an assistant Project Director at Ecoform Development in Cote D’Ivoire. As Director of Community Relations and Health Promotion at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT), Megan has spent 25 years building community health and outreach programs into a comprehensive body of work that spans the state. She coordinates community advisory boards that help communities identify, launch and improve community-driven health promotion and wellness activities. She works to develop community-based solutions with a focus on addressing barriers to accessing care and supporting healthy behaviors. Megan developed and runs a couple programs that are unique to BCBSVT, including Velocity, a program promoting healthy behavior and positive self-esteem in middle-school age boys and Wellness Revolution, a cycling program for women. She also leads key employee engagement programs, such as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council, Blue Crew (an employee volunteer program) and the company’s Corporate Sustainability Committee. Megan continues to translate her energy and passions into creative solutions that improve the health of Vermonters.
Phillip Peterson: Built Environment 1:00
Phillip is a Public Works Engineer with the City of Burlington. Phillip oversees the design and construction of several projects within the City and was instrumental in developing the City’s Guidelines for Pedestrian Crossing Treatments. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Phillip is a passionate educator and avid diver, and has hosted a podcast called STEAM Lab.
Kelly Stoddard-Poor: Mobile Workshop 1:00
Kelly joined the AARP Vermont team in 2013 as the Associate State Director. Kelly’s background is in public policy and community organizing with a strong commitment to social justice. She leads the livable community work for AARP VT – establishing a vision and action steps for Vermont communities to meet the needs of its aging population. Prior to AARP Kelly spent eight years at the American Cancer Society where she was the Director of Health and Advocacy Initiatives. She managed the state’s cancer control program and advocacy campaigns to reduce tobacco use, increase screening rates and enhance access to health care. She earned her undergraduate degree in anthropology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and completed a master’s degree in sustainable development at the School for International Training in VT. She lives in Montpelier with her family.
John Raser: Safe & Healthy Communities 10:30
John Raser family physician at St Johnsbury Community Health Center and teaches community and family medicine for Dartmouth and UVM medical schools. He has served on advisory boards of the Healthy Neighborhood Investment Fund and Groundwork Lawrence and led Safe Routes to School projects. He has served on St Johnsbury Planning Board and currently chairs the town Bicycle/Pedestrian committee as well as serving on the working board of Link, the regional community bicycle program in the Northeast Kingdom. He lives in St Johnsbury with his wife and 3 school-aged children.
Bill Regan: Safe & Healthy Communities-2 1:00
Bill is chair of the Charlotte Trails Committee and a lifelong cyclist, hiker, and skier. He leads a small consulting firm (Regan Leadership, LLC) that works with Vermont nonprofits and socially-responsible businesses, most recently helping Local Motion develop a new strategic plan. He is a Senior Fellow at Vermont’s Energy Action Network and serves on the Board of Directors of The Charlotte News. He teaches cycling, Nordic skiing, and kayaking, and is a guest lecturer in foreign affairs at Middlebury College, UVM, and Tufts University. Bill spent over 30 years in foreign affairs analysis in Washington, DC, rising to the senior executive level in the Federal Government for his ability to lead and manage people, programs, and processes.
Elizabeth Ross: Built Environment 10:30
Elizabeth is a Transportation Planner with the City of Burlington Department of Public Works, where she has worked since 2017. During that time, she has worked on numerous Quick-Build projects, traffic calming, and working to implement the City’s first WalkBike Master Plan. Elizabeth holds a BA in Anthropology from SUNY Buffalo and a Masters in Urban Planning from Tufts University. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, 1-year old daughter, and dog.
Greg Rouwangould: Built Environment 3:00
Dr. Gregory Rowangould is the Director of the Transportation Research Center and an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Vermont. He specializes in modeling transportation systems, transportation policy evaluation and mobile source air quality analysis. His research focuses on understanding how the design and operation of transportation systems and transportation policy affect the sustainability of communities, public health, and equity. Since moving to Vermont, he has focused greater attention on the transportation needs of smaller cities and rural communities where there are unique challenges to sustainability and economic development. Dr. Rowangould is also a member of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies standing committee on Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation. Dr. Rowangould was previously the Director of the New Mexico Local Technical Assistance Center and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at the University of New Mexico. He was also a Science Fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) in Los Angeles, California where he conducted research to support state and federal sustainable transportation policy initiatives and worked with disadvantaged communities seeking to improve air quality, transit access and active travel opportunities. Dr. Rowangould holds a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Davis, a MS in Resource Economics and Policy from the University of Maine, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maine. Dr. Rowangould teaches graduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Vermont in transportation engineering, planning and policy.
Debra Sachs: Advocacy & Funding 3:00
Deb is Executive Director of Net Zero Vermont and CEO of EcoStrategies–a non-profit and sustainable development consulting firm advancing low carbon solutions to combat climate change, encourage behavior change, invest in clean electricity generation, and improve transportation efficiency and demand management. Deb enjoys partnering in design and development of innovative projects that replace fossil fuel consumption with local clean electricity sources. With more than three decades of experience, Deb is versed in community engagement, consulting with practitioners and others interested in advancing shared objectives for a more sustainable future through local and grassroots activism, volunteer initiatives, involving government, NGO’s and businesses. Deb staffs Net Zero Vermont and EcoStrategies and serves on the boards of Vermont Rail Action Network, Vermont Transportation Efficiency Network, Community Rides Vermont and is past board chair of Community Resilience Organizations.
Jason Stuffle: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00
Jason is a research engineer living in Burlington with his wife and daughter. He is a founding member of the Old East End Neighbors, an active member of Bikeable Burlington Now and the Ward 1 Neighborhood Liaison for the Burlington Walk Bike Council. He is interested in making streets safe and equitable for all people. When not on his bike Jason can be found snowboarding, home brewing, kayaking, hiking and generally enjoying the beauty of VT.
Claire Tebbs: Mobile Workshop 1:00
Claire Tebbs is a seasoned community planner and educator. She has been involved in community planning, design, and placemaking in both the US and Canada for the past 20 years. In 2016, she helped form the Walk-Bike Council of Addison County to ignite conversation, collaboration and build capacity for safe, everyday walking and biking in communities across the county. She owes her obsession with walkable towns to a childhood of walking everywhere in Yeovil, England. Most recently, she worked with the state to help launch Vermont’s Better Places Program. She lives in Middlebury and runs Ear to the Ground, a consulting business offering technical and creative project support for school and community planning and placemaking projects.
Julia Ursaki: Built Environment 1:00
Julia Ursaki is a Transportation Engineer and Planner who is passionate about the possibility of human powered transportation to change the world for the better. Equally at home with traffic models as illustrative maps, her work spans from creative public engagement strategies and transportation engineering to sourdough bread baking.
Jonathon Weber: Mobile Workshop 3:00
As the Complete Streets Program Manager at Local Motion, Jonathon assists Vermont communities in becoming better places to walk, bike, and roll. Pop-Up Demonstration projects are one important tool he uses in this work, and he has several years of experience deploying these installations in partnership with communities.
Lisa Wilkes: Safe & Healthy Communities 1:00
As the Director of Customer Service at Terry Cycling, Lisa shares her knowledge of cycling with her customer care team and customers around the world. Her experience comes from years of coaching new century riders through the Leukemia and Lymphoma, Team in Training program and co-operating the Wellness Revolution, a cycling program for women with Megan Peek of BCBS.