Advisory Committee & Writers

STVT Advisory Committee*

Co-Chair: Julie Campoli, Principal: Terra Firma, Urban Design

Co-Chair: Richard Watts, Media & Policy Studies, University of Vermont

Mollie S. Burke, Legislator,  Transportation Committee

Karen Glitman, Director of Policy & Public Affairs, VEIC

Melinda Moulton, Re-Developer, Main Street Landing

Thomas Adler, President RSG, White River Junction, Vermont

Debra Sachs, Co-CEO, NetZeroVT.Org

Brian Searles, former Secretary, Vermont Agency of Transportation

Jim Sullivan, Director, Bennington County Regional Planning Commission

Mary Sullivan, Legislator, Energy & Natural Resources Committee

STVT Staff

Cashel Stewart, Outreach & Programs

Anna Wyner, Research & Policy

* Organizational affiliations listed for identification purposes only.

Featured Writers (alphabetical)

Alyssa Bucci is a car-free, bicycle-riding, food-loving Burlington enthusiast who joined the CarShare Vermont staff in April of 2013 to help with outreach for CarShare Vermont’s Park It Pledge campaign.

Roger Bombardier Jr. works as an Enterprise Information Technology Professional at the University of Vermont and was for many years a bike commuter to the University.

Julie Campoli is an urban designer and author who writes about urban form and the changing landscape. She combines a planner’s perspective with a designer’s sensibility to illustrate the built environment and the processes that shape it. She is the author of Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form, and co-author of Visualizing Density, and Above and Beyond: Visualizing Change in Small Towns and Rural Areas. Here is her website.

Karen Glitman is Director of Policy and Public Affairs at VEIC where she leads the organization’s work designing and advancing cutting-edge policy related to sustainable energy.

Kevin J Kelley is the US/UN Correspondent for Nation Media Group (Kenya), a contributor to Seven Days and a world traveled cyclist.

Bruce Lierman is a bike advocate from Bennington, Vermont. For years, Bruce and others in a series of community groups have been pushing for increased cycling infrastructure in Southern Vermont.

Brian Shupe is the executive director at the Vermont Natural Resources Council. Read more about him here.

Richard Watts teaches policy and media studies at the University of Vermont and is a regular bike commuter, transit rider, pedestrian and car-driver.