APBP members are experts on the subjects of walking and bicycling. Need to understand why a roadway in your area has been redesigned, or encourage a community group to take on a safety project? APBP professionals are available to educate and motivate community groups, the media, and conference attendees about all aspects of sustainable transportation policy, planning and design. Invite an APBP professional to help you and your group explore how bicycling and walking can make your community a better place to live, work, play, and go to school!
Search available speakers by topic or by location. Click on a name to see the speaker's profile, which provides background information and a photo (when available). Speakers may request an expense reimbursement, an honorarium, or both; they are responsible for planning their speaking engagements, including any fees and expenses, with the presentation sponsor.
If you'd like to have one of these members speak at your next event, please contact the speaker directly through the information provided. Questions? Please e-mail us. Thank you for your support of the APBP Speakers' Bureau and sustainable transportation.
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If you're interested in joining our Speakers' Bureau, please fill out our information form here. (APBP members only, please.)
|Find Speakers by Geographic Location|
Michael Galbraith | Lexington, KY
Leslie Meehan | Nashville, TN
Judi Wallace | Winston-Salem, NC
Richard Hartman | Longboat Key, FL
Theodore Petritsch | Tampa, FL
Kevin St. Jacques | Dallas, TX
|Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S.
Michael Jackson | Hanover, MD
Mike Lydon | Brooklyn, NY
Jeff Riegner | Wilmington, DE
Conor Semler | Boston, MA
Cynthia Hoyle | Urbana, IL
Tim Springer | Minneapolis, MN
Michael Moule | San Francisco, CA
Jeremy Nelson | San Francisco, CA
Rick Plenge | Denver, CO
Mike Sallaberry | San Francisco, CA
Paul Supawanich | San Francisco, CA
Dale Bracewell | Vancouver, BC