How Women Travel: Commute to Career, The Impact of Transportation

APA Connecticut Chapter


Monday, November 19, 2018
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST

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Getting around in our society can depend on bias, entrenched systems of power, and others feeling that they can make decisions for you  attendees will experience several viewpoints on women in the realm of transportation, planning, and urban development. 


Andrea Drabicki

Andrea Drabicki is a transportation planner, technical writer, and analyst with a focus on sustainability and equity. She is a certified facilitator and lifelong community organizer. She is a current member of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association, and WTS, Women in Transportation Seminar. Andrea currently sits on ... Read More

Farrah Kaesser

Farrah (Garland) Kaeser is a disability advocate, activist, and educator, as well as a business owner and doctoral student in Southeastern Connecticut. She specializes in studying chronic pain, neurological disorders, and mental health. As a disabled woman, she founded and operates a program called #AccessibilityPSA where she works with the ... Read More

Kathleen Maldonado

Multimodal commuter specifically within the I-84 Corridor, and 06120, 06103, and 06106 zip codes for the purposes of work, exercise, and even play and leisure time. Her cycling passion grew in the A1A corridor of South Florida, she has returned to her born state, and has been advocating for the ... Read More

Kimberly Dunham

Kim Dunham is the Executive Director of the Greater New Haven Transit District. The GNHTD provides direct transportation services. It also provides service to municipalities in the greater New Haven region for their own respective transportation programs. Read More

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