10:00 a.m. Plenary: The 3 Revolutions: Perspectives from Civic and Community Partners Alain Kornhauser, Professor of Operations Research & Financial EngineeringDirector, Transportation Program, Princeton University Please check back shortly for an updated bio. (Moderator) JC Garcia Sanchez, Environmental Justice Policy Analyst, UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy J.C. is an Environmental Justice Policy Analyst focusing on responsible urban development and the equitable distribution of transportation projects. His work addresses the environmental and social implications of climate change policies in California’s disadvantaged communities. He came to UC Davis after working as an Adjunct Faculty for several Community Colleges in Southern California, and as a Lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona. Hana Creger, Program Manager- Environmental Equity, The Greenlining Institute Hana, Environmental Equity Program Manager, works on the development and implementation of policies leading to clean transportation and mobility investments that will benefit low-income communities of color. She was the lead author of the Mobility Equity Framework, a tool that can be used to maximize equity outcomes and community engagement in transportation planning and decision-making. Hana was also the lead author of Autonomous Vehicle Heaven or Hell? Creating a Transportation Revolution that Benefits All, a report outlining policy recommendations to ensure mobility, health, and economic benefits to marginalized communities. She serves on a number of advisory committees for cities, agencies, universities, and nonprofits for projects relating to shared mobility and autonomous vehicles. Hana holds a B.A. in sustainability from San Diego State University. Cynthia Cortez, Associate Director, Southeast LA Collaborative (SELA) With a high value towards outcomes and impact, Cynthia N. Cortez seeks to effectively impact program design, implementation, and evaluation practices of diverse programming within nonprofit, higher education, and civic engagement spaces. Cynthia leverages her expertise in data-informed learning and action using both technical tools to collect, process, and manage data as well as direct experience in managing – and participating in – projects, programs, and initiatives. At large, through her facilitation skills and information curation abilities, Cynthia promotes evaluation utilization within critical stakeholders for strategic and inclusive decision-making. Cynthia currently serves as the Associate Director for the Southeast Los Angeles (SELA) Collaborative, a network of nonprofit agencies working collectively to strengthen the southeast Los Angeles communities, build collective power, and encourage innovation to drive regional systemic change. The SELA Collaborative is currently working in partnership with USC professors Genevieve Giuliano and Marlon Boarnet on the SELA Initiative Transportation Research overseen by the Climate Smart Communities Consortium and funded by the Strategic Growth Council. Cynthia holds a MA from UCLA in Social Research Methodology with an emphasis on Evaluation Theory and a BA from UC Berkeley in Peace and Conflict Studies and Education. Ruben Abrica, Council Member, City of East Palo Alto Please check back shortly for an updated bio.