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Integrating Health in Transportation: Tools, Partners, and Best Practices

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  • Katherine Robb

    Kate joined APHA in 2015 and led the Healthy Community Design portfolio as a policy analyst in environmental health. Currently as senior program manager of Environmental Health, she manages the healthy community design and natural environment initiatives, with a focus on improving environmental health systems and building partnerships. Kate has partnered with a variety of stakeholders to raise awareness of the connection between transportation and health, climate change and the built environment, and the value of partnering across sectors to advance health equity. Prior to joining APHA, Kate worked locally to advance chronic disease prevention initiatives. Kate received her Master of Science in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Follow Kate on Twitter @KateMRobb

  • Shawn Leight

    Shawn Leight has a true passion for ITE and for the transportation profession. Shawn’s vision for ITE is an institute that is “Out Front”: a thought leader in transportation issues; the go-to place for transportation information; a resource for community decision makers; and a dominant provider of networking and professional development opportunities. Shawn believes that ITE can accomplish this vision through strong programs in information, collaborative innovation, and advocacy. Shawn is the vice president and a principal owner of CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners. His expertise is in the development of multimodal solutions that “make transportation work.” He has played a key role in innovative projects such as the reconstruction of I-64 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA (AASHTO’s 2010 America’s Best Transportation Project) as well as in several “Great Streets” projects. He is an adjunct professor of transportation engineering and planning at Washington University in St. Louis, where he has taught since 2003. Shawn’s work has been featured on KMOX and St. Louis Public Radio as well as in St. Louis Magazine and the River Front Times. He obtained his bachelor of science from the United States Military Academy at West Point and his master of science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Follow Shawn on Twitter @TranspoShawn

  • Kelly Rodgers

    Kelly Rodgers is the founder and Executive Director of Streetsmart, a non-profit organization developing an evidence-based transportation planning website that illustrates the effect of transportation strategies on community goals. Kelly is leveraging 20 years of experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to create an interactive platform that translates research into something actionable for practitioners. Kelly is responsible for Streetsmart’s strategic vision, organizational development, and research program. She is also currently a doctoral student in Urban Studies at Portland State University. Follow Kelly on Twitter @Street_Geek

June 14, 2018
Thu 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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