This workshop plenary panel discussed sustainable transportation infrastructure and the resilience of various transportation modes to major disruptions, such as the global coronavirus pandemic.
- Gerri Madrid-Davis
Director, AARP Government Affairs
Gerri Madrid-Davis works nationally to promote AARP’s state advocacy agenda and collaborates with AARP’s state offices to advance their legislative, regulatory and legal advocacy.
- Scott Bogren
Executive Director, Community Transportation Association of America
Scott Bogren has been working with, writing about and covering the public transportation industry for nearly three decades.
- Charles Brown
Senior Researcher, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center | Adjunct Professor, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University
Charles Brown is a self-proclaimed "street level researcher" working at the intersection of transportation, health and equity.
- Barbara Hughes Sullivan
Executive Director, Village to Village Network
Barbara Hughes Sullivan has a wealth of knowledge about aging and a tremendous passion for Villages, many of which provide transportation-related services.
- Jodi Olshevski
Executive Director, The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence
Jodi Olshevski leads an award-winning, nationally-recognized team of gerontologists who conduct primary research and deliver expert services.
Plenary Panel: Resilience
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