APBP Announces Newly-Elected Directors
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Posted by: Debra Goeks
CEDARBURG, WI – The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) announces the results of the annual election for the APBP Board of Directors.
Three new Board members will take office on January 1, 2015: Madeline Brozen, Program Manager, UCLA Complete Streets Initiative; Heath Maddox, Senior Transportation Planner, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency; and Byron Rushing, Transportation Planner, Atlanta Regional Commission. In addition, Mary Anne Koos, Special Projects Coordinator - Roadway Design, Florida DOT, takes office immediately to fill an unexpired term.
Continuing to serve in 2015 are these current Board members:
• Douglas Adams, AICP, Chief Operating Officer, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, New York City
• Vivian Coleman, RLA, AICP, Center City Transportation Program Manager, Charlotte (N.C.) DOT
• Brooke DuBose, Associate, Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants, San Francisco
• Brett Hondorp, Principal, Alta Planning + Design, Berkeley
• Jessica Mortell, E.I.T., Engineer with Toole Design Group, Boston
• Brian Patterson, MCIP, RPP, Active Transportation Practice Leader, Urban Systems, Vancouver, B.C.
• Craig Williams, AICP, Principal, Alta Planning + Design, San Diego
APBP thanks three Board members whose terms end on December 31, 2014:
• Jennifer Hefferan, Safe Routes to School Coordinator, District of Columbia DOT
• Norma Moores, Senior Transportation Engineer, IBI Group, Hamilton, Ontario
• Philip Pugliese, Bicycle Coordinator Chattanooga, Tennessee
APBP also thanks APBP member Malisa Mccreedy, AICP, CNU-A, Regional Manager, Standard Parking in Portland, Oregon, whose growing job responsibilities required her to resign from the APBP Board. Malisa continues as co-chair of the APBP Communication Committee.
A remarkable number of APBP members ran for board positions this year. The active participation of our members in running for office and in volunteering for one of APBP’s Action teams is what makes APBP a viable and relevant organization.
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals provides expertise for active transportation and is the only professional membership organization for the discipline of pedestrian and bicycle transportation. APBP members – employees of all levels of government, consulting firms and non-profits – work in the engineering, planning, landscape architecture, law enforcement, safety, health and promotion and other fields. APBP members specialize in improving conditions for bicycling and walking.