Downtown Portland, Maine. Photo courtesy

Steering Committee

New England Summit Steering Committee

Thanks to the following for volunteering their time to help in selecting presenters for our 2018 New England Bike-Walk Summit:

Patrick Adams, ME, Maine Dept. of Transportation

Anna Bergeron, CT, CT Dept. of Transportation

Emily Boedecker, VT, Local Motion

Scott Bogle, NH, Rockingham Planning Commission, New Hampshire Committee chair, East Coast Greenway

Sue Ellen Bordwell, ME, Maine Committee chair, East Coast Greenway

Sandra Clarey, MA, McMahon Associates

Bill Desantis, RI, VHB

Mark Felag, RI, RI Dept. of Transportation

Richard Fries, MA, MassBike

Adina Giannelli, CT, Bike Walk CT

Laurie Giannotti, CT, CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection

Phil Goff, MA, Alta Planning & Design

Karin Valentine Goins, MA, Walk Bike Worcester

John Hendrickson, MA, Stantec

Karen Jenkins, CT, League of American Bicyclists

Becca Jordan, VT, Local Motion

Brendan Kearney, MA, Walk Boston

Larry Keniston, NH, NH Dept. of Transportation

Angela King, ME, Bicycle Coalition of ME

Sarah Michell, RI, RI Bike

Vivian Ortiz, MA, Mattapan Food & Fitness Coalition

Drew Pflaumer, RI, RI Dept. of Administration

Stuart Popper, CT, Connecticut Committee chair, East Coast Greenway

Dave Read, MA, Massachusetts Committee chair, East Coast Greenway

Dave Topham, NH, Bike Walk Alliance of NH

Jason Van Driesche, VT, Local Motion

David Watson, MA, Watson Active LLC

Eric Weis, RI, Cogent​​​​​​​

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