Your Civic Moment in Transportation

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Transportation ranks among the top issues nationally. How do we address the growing need to maintain our system, expand our choices and address the societal issues tied with growing older and trying to afford our lives? In this changing landscape, one organization has been engaging citizens, cities, counties, businesses and other nonprofits to keep the conversation moving and build champions to support creative solutions in Colorado.

Speaker Kathleen Osher, Executive Director of the Transit Alliance, has served the Alliance in this position since 2005.  Osher spends her days and nights (especially Wednesday nights at the Academy) working to advance transit, active transportation and more mobility choices in the Denver region.  This includes bringing smart, capable, passionate and talented people together to support new choices in how we connect our communities through transit, biking, walking and new technologies.

Kathleen believes bold ideas come from anywhere and anyone so she created and launched the successful Transit Alliance Citizens’ Academy in 2007 and each Fall and Spring recruits emerging leaders to take action, volunteer, and join area leaders to make the Denver region the best place to live, work, and play. For more than 20 years, Kathleen has led nonprofit efforts in both the transportation and agricultural industries in Washington, DC, Frankfurt GERMANY, Kansas City, Kansas and the Denver Metro Region. Kathleen is a graduate of McDaniel College in Maryland and resides in the West Washington Park neighborhood of Denver with her husband Neil and their two children.

March 9th, 2017 1:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
General Registration $ 30.00
ESW Member Registration $ 20.00

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