Junia Compostella holds a Ph.D. in Transportation Technology and Policy from the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis. Currently she divides her time between UC Davis' 3 Revolutions Future of Mobility Program (as a post-doctoral researcher) and the 2050 Partners, where she is a senior consultant. Junia leads projects ranging between research into travel (user) behavior in the context of new mobility, such as electric, automated, and shared, to the investigation of EV infrastructure’s technical potential for commercial and non-commercial buildings, as well as logistics, and tire efficiency. Her work is useful to identify market and regulatory potentials, and focuses primarily on California. Prior to her current roles, Junia conducted research at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on the sustainability of the built environment.