Geoffrey is a Community Planner facilitating and organizing community outreach for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), as well as land use and Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects in Oakland and throughout the region.
Before joining TransForm, he was a stay-at-home dad to his 5-½ year old son Carter and a regular volunteer for TransForm and the Alameda County Community Food Bank in Oakland.
He has worked as a Senior Constituent Services Coordinator & Community Liaison for former Oakland city council member Jane Brunner (District 1, North Oakland). At the council, his transportation portfolio included pedestrian safety, traffic calming measures and public transit related advocacy and policy development. Additionally, he worked on the MacArthur BART Transit Village project and the implementation of bike lanes in the district.
Prior to his time with Council Member Brunner, he served on the Transportation Task Force for former Oakland Mayor Ronald V. Dellums. In addition, he headed the 9/11 Response Project for United States Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-13).
Geoffrey is a lifelong Oakland resident who loves to walk, hike, and take public transportation around the Bay Area. He has a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies from the University of California at Davis.