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Flyer with headshots of five panelists for Moving People Forward 2022

This year’s Moving People Forward will focus on Colorado’s opportunity to use new federal funding effectively to support multimodal projects that improve the quality of life for Coloradans. Our all-star, all-women group of experts features: 

  • Keynote Beth Osborne, Director of Transportation 4 America (T4A)
  • Shoshana Lew, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
  • Debra Johnson, CEO and General Manager of the Regional Transportation District (RTD)
  • Corinne Kisner, Executive Director of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO)
  • Moderator Naomi Amaha, Director of Policy and Government Affairs, The Denver Foundation

Our keynote and panel discussion will unpack the choices—and highlight the opportunities—for state and local leaders to lead with a multimodal focus. 

Moving People Forward will take place virtually again in 2022, from 9-11 a.m. on Tuesday, February 8. 

Moving People Forward is possible with the support of the following sponsors

 

 

Presenting Sponsor

 

Program Sponsors

 

Supporting Sponsors

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Questions about Moving People Forward? Interested in supporting it as a sponsor?

Please email Deborah Armstrong at deborah@bicyclecolorado.org.

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