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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Environment Committee's Transportation Trends and Impact on the Bay Area

Start Date: 10/26/2017 5:00 PM PDT
End Date: 10/26/2017 7:15 PM PDT

Venue Name: SPUR Center

1544 Broadway
Oakland, CA  United States 

Organization Name: BOMA Oakland/East Bay

Noelle Blanchard
Email: admin@bomaoeb.org
Phone: 510.893.8780

This event will explore key trends, drivers and emerging transportation solutions that impact commercial real estate in the Bay Area.  Get an update about the latest planning policies, innovative business developments, public transportation initiatives and engineering advances that will shape our cities and real estate opportunities well into the future.

David Almeida

David Almeida is a Manager at Pacific Gas and Electric Company in their Clean Energy Programs Group focusing on electric vehicles. In this role, he oversees the roll out of PG&E’s EV Charge Network which will install 7,500 electric vehicle charging stations throughout Northern and Central California and the implementation of the Clean Fuel Rebate.  Prior to this role, David focused on customer engagement strategies and vehicle grid integration demonstration pilots.  Before joining PG&E, David worked at the Center for Sustainable Energy managing the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project as well as leading the organization's role in clean transportation policy.

Ratna Amin
Ratna Amin is the Transportation Policy Director at SPUR, the Bay Area’s leading urban policy organization.  Her areas of focus include public transit, land use and transportation integration and systems change. In 2014, Ratna published SPUR’s first transportation policy report about Silicon Valley, Freedom to Move. More recently, she published Seamless Transit, an agenda to address the Bay Area's transit fragmentation problem and The Caltrain Corridor Vision Plan. She was named to Mass Transit magazine's "Top 40 Under 40" in 2015.

Michael Ford
Michael is a lifelong student of the ways in which we work, learn and play. In his doctoral research, he mapped the trajectories of participation that account for our productive, generative and creative powers in the everyday world of work. At the City of Oakland, Michael is interim manager of the City's Parking & Mobility Division in the Dept. of Transportation (OakDOT), overseeing programs ranging from curb management and parking enforcement to shared mobility, transportation demand management and wayfinding.

Scott Gable
With over 28 years of real estate and business operations experience, Scott serves as CityLift’s Chief Executive Officer. Prior to creating CityLift, Scott served as Chief Operating Officer for Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust where he played a key role in establishing the single family rental industry as an institutional asset class—eventually taking the company public in 2014. Previous to this, Mr. Gable was with Wells Fargo Bank where he helped create the home equity lending business and ultimately served as its EVP of Operations across the United States. Scott began his career with Booz Allen & Hamilton where he consulted on operations and strategy for consumer products, entertainment, and retail companies—eventually becoming a principal.

Brendon Harrington
Brendon has nearly 20 years of diverse transportation program management and shuttle operations experience, having worked in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Denver and now the San Francisco Bay Area for both non-profit and private sector organizations in various capacities including operations, planning, business management, program management, and advocacy. Joining Google in 2009, he has overseen extraordinary growth of the nation's largest private corporate shuttle fleet, as well as other transportation programs that reduce single occupancy vehicle demand, resulting in a mode split of less than fifty percent driving alone to Google's Bay Area Headquarters. 

Chris Weeks
Chris Weeks is Transportation Director at Bishop Ranch Business Community in San Ramon. He has played a part in some of the most effective TDM programs in the Bay Area.  He has helped develop & expand innovative programs for government & for-profit employers.  At Bishop Ranch, Google, Presidio Trust and UCSF he has identified and cultivated alternative transportation opportunities that utilize emerging technology & alternative fuels to capture the imagination and participation of today’s professionals.

Member prices: $35 on/before EOD 10/15. $50 after the early bird deadline.
Non-member prices: $40 on/before EOD 10/15. $50 after.
Registration closes EOD 10/23.

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