Jennifer leads our research support and AHSC evaluations. She was part of the team creating GreenTRIP Connect. She also assists with the GreenTRIP certification program, ushering in new standards for future low-traffic development with tools such as unbundled parking and transit passes for residents. She lead the data collection effort for the GreenTRIP Parking Database (released 2014).
As a former public school teacher and a parent, Jennifer knows first hand how kids and families form transportation habits. As a city council member in Emeryville (2009-2014), she worked on putting in place alternative transportation policies to encourage smart growth development and community-based decisions.
Jennifer rides her Xtracycle as much as possible. She completed her B.A. at Wesleyan University and her Master’s degree in public policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at U.C. Berkeley.