With Remarks By
SF Bicycle Coalition Board Member, Transportation Planner at the Oakland Department of Transportation and Former Transportation Demand Management Program Manager at the City and County of San Francisco’s Planning Department
Audrey Harris has faced the woes of the lack of bike infrastructure, dangers of uninformed drivers, and lack of safety that is rooted in being an exposed women of color on a bike. Now with a family, all these decisions complicate her relationship to her bike even more so. Audrey’s background is in transportation planning, racial and social equity planning, and people-powered decision-making from her leadership role in her union.
SF Bicycle Coalition Board Member, Journalist and Former Community Engagement Manager for JUMP Bikes
Meaghan Mitchell has had success in building the trust of residents from the most vulnerable neighborhoods in SF, stemming from growing up in Bayview, a historically marginalized community. Meaghan’s background is multifaceted and focuses at the intersection of diversity, inclusion and community engagement.
Over time, Meaghan’s outreach work has helped establish the legislated “African American Arts & Cultural District” of SF, launched the first dock-less e-bike share system in SF JUMP Bikes, debuted Hoodline’s Bayview news coverage through journalism, and led the “Play Streets For All” initiative while working for Livable City.
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