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Portland State University’s College of Education and the Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) are excited to reprise this 2nd annual interdisciplinary summit. We invite disability specialists, urban planners, engineers, transportation professionals, students, and community members to discuss the nexus between design, innovation, technology, and access. Themes will examine technological innovations that improve accessibility and wayfinding; smart cities; interdisciplinary approaches for intersections; unequal access to safe roads for those with disabilities who are persons of color; and opportunities for regional coordination across adjacent metropolitan areas, with an emphasis on the Cascadia region.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER - Questions? Contact us at omsummit@pdx.eduIf you’re having trouble reading the program, please contact us or access a print version here: https://mobilitymatters2019.sched.com/print
General Admission: $130
Students: $45
Refund Policy: All refunds closed Feb 18th, substitutions accepted at no charge.

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Monday, March 11 • 9:15am - 10:45am
Lived Experiences and Civic Engagement: Community Partnership in Design, Testing and Deployment

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Panelists will share personal and professional perspectives as advocates for improved mobility in a variety of communities. Community activism, community engagement, and inclusive planning models will be explored from personal and professional standpoints. At the end of the panel presentation,, leaders will engage in question and answer dialogue with audience members.

KEY TAKEAWAYS
  • Participants will learn about the lived experiences of leaders with disabilities who have used their mobility experiences to improve the lives of all people.
  • Participants will learn about the importance of community partnerships for creating improved mobility and transportation outcomes for all.
  • Participants will learn about case examples of projects that improved mobility for all in a variety of communities.


Speakers
avatar for Jan Campbell

Jan Campbell

Multnomah County’s Aging and Disability Resource Connection
For more than 40 years, Jan has promoted the independence, empowerment, and well-being of people with disabilities. For 23 years, she served as the Disability Project Coordinator for the City of Portland and Multnomah County. Since retiring in 2006, she has worked with OHSU to train... Read More →
avatar for Chris Pangilinan

Chris Pangilinan

Public Transportation Policy Manager, Uber
Chris was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, and has spent the last 15 years living in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, and New York City. During this time, he has had the pleasure of working at the local transit agencies as well as the US DOT. Prior to joining Uber... Read More →
avatar for George Stern

George Stern

Vice President, DeafBlind Citizens in Action
George Stern is a 27 year old student and advocate currently residing in Lubbock, Texas, pursuing a major in French and a minor in Classics at Texas Tech University (TTU). George hopes to apply these studies into a career in law or with the Library of Congress, so he can help ensure... Read More →


Monday March 11, 2019 9:15am - 10:45am
Smith Memorial Student Union (3rd Floor, Ballroom) 1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201, USA