- I serve as the Vice-Chair of the ETS Advisory Board, contributing research, writing reports and letters, and chairing subcommittees, such as the First & Last Kilometre and Communications Subcommittees.
- I am a former volunteer-and-social-media-associate-turned-board-member of Paths for People, a not-for-profit that advocates for a more walkable and bikeable city, where I helped with outreach, board work, and putting on events.
- Two examples: I worked Paths for People's booth at Cycle in the City, and was a table facilitator at A City for Life 2018, an event with 30+ invited attendees from City Council, City Administration, and advocacy. PS: I met Janette Sadik-Khan there.
- I hold a Certificate in Management of Urban Infrastructures from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne via Coursera.
I believe that a bike share system can help more citizens and visitors access the joy, health benefits, and versatility of urban cycling without having to own a bike, or worrying where to lock it up safely. I believe that bike sharing should be considered an integral piece of a transit ecosystem. So I read reports and research from other places that have tried bike sharing, and I go and talk about it.
- In January 2019, Elise Stolte wrote a piece on Year of the Bike? I'll bet bike share could change the game in Edmonton, for which I was interviewed.
- In December 2018, I got to speak about bike share operations, equity, and benefits at the Time for Bikeshare panel discussion. [several tweets here]
- In June 2018, I was invited to speak about bike sharing on a radio panel.
- In March 2018, I was part of the Bike Share group at the United Nation's Urban Thinkers Campus, where my team pitched a bike share program for Edmonton as something that would contribute to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.