|APBP Board of Directors|
|Jennifer Hefferan - President (2012-2014, 2nd term)|
|Safe Routes to School Coordinator, District of Columbia DOT|
Jhefferan (at) gmail (dot) com
Jennifer Hefferan is the Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the District of Columbia Department of Transportation. A registered landscape architect, her experience includes a wide variety of nonmotorized design and planning projects. Jennifer started her career working for the City of Seattle Department of Transportation where she conducted a field assessment of 850 marked crosswalks at uncontrolled locations in the city and co-authored a corresponding article that was published in the ITE Journal (Institute of Transportation Engineers). Jennifer has never owned a car; she enjoys bicycling, walking and taking transit from her home in Washington, D.C.
| Brett Hondorp - Vice President (2013-2015, 2nd term)|
|Principal, Alta Planning + Design (Berkeley)|
bhondorp (at) altaplanning (dot) com
Brett Hondorp, AICP, is a Principal with Alta Planning + Design in California. Brett works on bicycle and pedestrian master plans, trail studies, Safe Routes to School programs, and other sustainable transportation projects for communities across the country. His international experience includes writing bicycle master plans for Dubai, UAE and Doha, Qatar. Brett is a National Safe Routes to School Course Instructor and a League Cycling Instructor. He lives in Oakland, Calif., and races cyclocross for Sycip Designs, a local framebuilder.
| Eric Anderson - Secretary (2011-2013, 2nd term)|
|Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, City of Berkeley DOT|
eanderson (at) ci (dot) berkeley (dot) ca (dot) us
Eric Anderson has ten years of experience in the bicycle and pedestrian transportation field, spanning agency, consulting and advocacy roles. Before assuming his position as Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the city of Berkeley, California, he worked for Alta Planning + Design. He previously served as the Director of Planning for the Marin County Bicycle Coalition where he was involved with the planning and implementation of bicycle and pedestrian projects at the regional, county and local level as well helping to develop the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program. Eric worked as one of the first staff members for the City of Chicago Bicycle Program, where he biked to every neighborhood in the city while conducting fieldwork. His first paid job in nonmotorized transportation was delivering a paper route by bicycle and foot at age 11.
| Craig Williams - Treasurer (2011-2013, 1st term)|
|Senior Associate and Chicago Office Director, Alta Planning + Design|
craigwilliams (at) altaplanning (dot) com
Craig Williams has more than 30 years of experience in transportation planning, engineering and project management, both in the private sector and with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). He worked with Illinois DOT for 23 years, including 9 years as IDOT’s bicycle and pedestrian program manager. He joined the private sector in 2000, and worked with Edwards & Kelcey (now Jacobs Engineering), TY Lin Int’l, and LYKAH Consulting. In 2010, he joined forces with Alta Planning+Design to open an Alta office in Chicago.
He was a co-founder of APBP in the mid-90’s. He is a past board member of the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation (now Active Transportation Alliance), the League of Illinois Bicyclist, and the Illinois Trails Conservancy.He is a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners, and holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the University of Illinois in environmental studies, urban planning and public administration.
He is also a certified instructor for the FHWA’s National Highway Institute’s ‘Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Design’ courses, as well as the APBP’s ‘Designing Pedestrian Facilities for Accessibility.’ He enjoys the outdoors, as a cyclist, a motorcyclist, enjoys sports cars, travel, architecture, and photography. He’s married to Cecilia and lives in downtown Chicago.
|Douglas Adams (2013-2015, 1st term)|
|Associate and Director of Active Transportation, Sam Schwartz Engineering (New York)|
dadams (at) samschwartz (dot) com
Douglas Adams, AICP, is an associate and director of active
transportation planning at Sam Schwartz Engineering. Mr. Adams specializes in bicycle and
pedestrian planning and design, particularly in urban settings. His recent projects include the Spring Garden
Street Greenway in Philadelphia and the design of protected bicycle facilities
under the Chicago Streets for Cycling program.
Mr. Adams’s projects have received numerous awards from the American
Council of Engineering Companies, most recently the New York Chapter’s 2012
Diamond award for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Enhancement Study (traffic
calming and pedestrian safety improvements).
He is also a regular speaker at conferences and other forums, including
four of the past five American Planning Association national conferences.
|Mark de la Vergne (2011-2013, 1stterm)|
Associate and Project Manager, Sam Schwartz Engineering (Chicago)mdelavergne (at) samschwartz (dot) com
Mark has a wide range of experience in bicycle and pedestrian planning and engineering projects in both urban and suburban settings. His work has been recognized by clients and municipal agencies for both its creativity and technical expertise. He is currently working in a number of communities across the country to help improve their sustainable mobility options and develop realistic plans for implementation. Mark graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Systems Engineering, with a focus in Transportation.
|Malisa Mccreedy (2013-2015, 1st term)|
|Regional Manager, Standard Parking (Portland, Oregon)|
(503) 790-09302 x115
Malisa Mccreedy has over fifteen
years of experience in the transportation field. Her career has focused on
bicycle, pedestrian, trails, and parks and recreation planning; as well as
managing public health and parking programs. Before assuming her most recent
position as Regional Manager for Standard Parking, she worked for the City of Charlotte as the Pedestrian Program Manager, Dan Burden/WALC
as the Director of Happiness and Health, and the City of Orlando in various roles. She helped found
the advocacy organization, Bike/Walk Central Florida, contributed to the
creation of the Walk Friendly Communities Application, and also serves on the
Environment Committee for the American Public Health Association. With diverse
interests and wide-ranging transportation knowledge, Malisa contributes a
comprehensive perspective to the APBP Board.
|Norma Moores (2012-2014, 2nd term)|
|Senior Transportation Engineer, IBI Group (Toronto)|
norma (dot) moores (at) ibigroup (dot) com
(905) 546-1010, x2106
Norma Moores is a Senior Transportation Engineer at IBI Group in their Hamilton, Ont., office. In her 20 years as a consultant, she has worked on numerous cycling master plans in Canada and the U.S., and on the first pedestrian plan in Canada for the City of Ottawa. Norma is a Fellow of the Institute of Transportation Engineers. She was a contributor to the Transportation Association of Canada's Bikeway Traffic Control Guidelines and subsequent update. She is APBP's first Canadian board member. Norma was raised in Nova Scotia and now lives and works in Hamilton. Her favorite place to be is outside: walking, running, cycling or in a canoe.
|Jessica Mortell (2013-2015, 1st term) |
Project Engineer, Toole Design Group (Boston)
jmortell (at) tooledesign (dot) com
(617) 619-9910 x203
As an Engineer in Toole Design
Group’s Boston office, Jessica offers diverse technical knowledge and
experience in multi-modal planning and design. She has extensive experience
developing Complete Streets design guidelines and policies, and has played a key
role in the development of the Dallas and Boston Complete Street Guidelines.
She has also helped design over 30 miles of bicycle facilities in Boston and Washington, D.C. Prior to joining TDG, Jessica helped create the
UConn Cycles bicycle sharing program at the University of Connecticut. Jessica
is a bicycle commuter and transit rider in Boston; an avid traveler; and enjoys
hiking, mountain biking, and snowboarding.
|Philip Pugliese (2012-2014, 2nd term) |
Bicycle Coordinator, Outdoor Chattanooga ppugliese (at) outdoorchattanooga (dot) com
Philip Pugliese was appointed Chattanooga's first bicycle coordinator in September, 2005. Actively engaged in bicycle advocacy, he has served as chair of the Chattanooga Bicycle Task Force and currently serves on the technical staff of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County-North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization and the Southeast Tennessee Rural Planning Organization. He is a League of American Bicyclists Cycling Instructor and member of the Alliance for Biking & Walking. Philip has over 20 years experience in transportation and logistics operations and sales management. A graduate of Georgia State University, he also holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Tennessee.
|Judi Lawson Wallace (2011-2013, 2nd term)|
|President, Wallace Consulting and Training, Inc.|
judiwallace (at)triad (dot) rr (dot) com
Judi Wallace has worked on bicycle and pedestrian advocacy since she first started commuting by bike and has consulted with state and local governments on bicycle and pedestrian issues since 1995. She chaired both the North Carolina Bicycle Committee (NC DOT) and the Winston-Salem Bicycle Planning Committee, has developed several safety programs, and has been a presenter at Pro Walk/Pro Bike. Judi is the author of three books on bicycle routes, the text for three county bike maps, and several magazine articles. She is the president of Wallace Consulting and Training, which specializes in bicycle and pedestrian safety issues.