Regina Clewlow is the CEO and Founder of Populus, a data platform that helps private mobility operators and cities deliver safer, more efficient streets. She has a Ph.D. from MIT in transportation systems, and a B.S. and M.E. in computer science and civil engineering from Cornell. She has held several academic appointments as a research scientist at Stanford, UC Berkeley, and UC Davis. Most recently, she served as the Director of Business Development & Strategy at moovel, Daimler’s investment in the future of mobility, and as a VP at a Ford Smart Mobility investment in the future of transportation. In 2017, Dr. Clewlow published the groundbreaking study, “Disruptive Transportation: The Adoption, Utilization, and Impacts of Ride-Hailing in the United States” - the first national, representative study on the travel behavior and vehicle ownership decisions of ride-hailing users.
Giovanni Circella is the Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the University of California, Davis, and a Senior Research Engineer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Circella’s research interests include travel behavior, travel demand modeling, travel survey methods, shared mobility, and automated vehicles. Dr. Circella is the Chair of the TRB Committee on ICT and Transportation, and he is the communication coordinator of the Transportation and Sustainability Committee. Given his interests and skills in AV research, he also serves in several NCHRP panels on the impacts of connected and automated vehicles.
Lew Fulton is this Co- Director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways at UC Davis. Throughout his 20 years working in the field of transportation, energy, and the environment, he has worked internationally as a Senior Transport Specialist with the International Energy Agency in Paris, as well as the Division Head for Energy Transportation Policy. Early in his career, he worked with the UN Environment Program developing and implementing sustainable transport projects around the world, the Department of Energy, and taught at the University of Maryland as well as the Independent University of Bangladesh.
Julie Morgan is the Principal-in-Charge for Fehr & Peers technical initiatives, and has been an expert transportation planner with them for nearly 20 years. Her work is wide-ranging, encompassing travel demand model development and applications, data analytics for understanding travel behavior, planning studies for major highway and transit infrastructure improvements, impact fee nexus studies, and long-range citywide circulation plans. Morgan began her illustrious career by first attending Wellesley College, then University of California, Berkeley for Masters degrees in Civil Engineering and in Urban Planning.