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Pat Rumbaugh, Let's Play America
Andy Toy, Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition (SEAMAAC)
LaMonte Guillory, LOR Foundation
Patricia Sears, Northeast Kingdom/Newport Vermont
Richard Duncan, Executive Director, Better Living by Design
Daniel Parolek, Architect, about Missing Middle Housing
Sarah Susanka, Architect, The Not-So-Big House
Parris Glendening, Smart Growth America
Carol Rhea, President, American Planning Association
Joel Russell, Form-Based Code Institute
Mildred Warner, Professor, Cornell University
Gil Penalosa, Founder, 8 80 Cities
Mitchell Silver, Commissioner, NYC Parks and Recreation
Rose Gowen, MD, Commissioner, Brownsville, Texas
Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Anthony Foxx, U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Katherine Freund, ITN America
Billy Hattaway, Florida Transportation Secretary
Leah Shahum, Vision Zero Network
Veronica O. Davis, Co-Founder, Nspiregreen and Black Women Bike DC
Toks Omishakin, Director, California Department of Transportation
Karina Ricks, Director, Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
2020 AARP Transportation Workshop Keynote: Safety Panel
2020 AARP Transportation Workshop Keynote: Accessibility Panel
2020 AARP Transportation Workshop Keynote: Resilience Panel
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