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Advanced Air Mobility Is on the Horizon
Urban Movement Labs seeks to continue raising awareness around emerging Advanced Air Mobility technology. At this event, we want to explore ways to maximize the societal benefits of Advanced Air Mobility technologies while mitigating the negative impacts. To do this, we must break out of traditional institutional silos and invite a diversity of perspectives. Our panelists came from more traditional planning disciplines and are relatively new to the aviation industry. We will discuss their perspectives on what makes an equitable transportation system and how these ideas can benefit the integration of Advanced Air Mobility as a compliment to the transportation system.

Join us, listen to the experts' opinions, and participate on a digital whiteboard with your ideas about the future of tridimensional urban transportation.

Learn more here: https://urbanmovementlabs.org/hnm/

Oct 18, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Clint Harper
Urban Air Mobility Fellow @Urban Movement Labs
Clint Harper synthesizes 21 years of diverse aviation experience with a passion for urban design and community engagement. An Air Force veteran, Clint’s military experience includes aircraft dispatch, airport operations, airport planning, heliport planning, and unmanned aerial vehicle operations. After his military career, he pursued his love of cities with a Master of City and Metropolitan Planning degree and a graduate certificate in Urban Design, where he studied new aviation-based urban form concepts, such as the aerotropolis and airport urbanism. Clint put this all to work for the Utah Division of Aeronautics, where he led efforts to better integrate general aviation airports with their host communities through economic development opportunities. He was among the first to engage in advanced air mobility integration initiatives as a community advocate, calling on the aviation industry to engage with communities early.
Behnaz Razavi
City Activation Manager @Supernal
Behnaz is a transportation planner passionate about reducing individuals’ need to rely on their personal vehicles. As a City Activation Manager with Supernal, Behnaz collaborates with internal and external partners to create a roadmap of how urban air mobility fits into the transportation network of different regions and identify impacts and implications of AAM on communities beyond increasing mobility, such as infrastructure and workforce opportunities. Her interest in sustainable transportation solutions started when she led the first complete streets guideline project for the United States Navy. Behnaz has a diverse experience in urban planning, including traffic impact studies, stakeholder engagement for campus and town long-range planning efforts, transit planning projects, complete streets design, and neighborhood transportation safety projects. Behnaz holds a Master of Science in City and Regional Planning from the Pratt Institute.
Matthew Friedman
Chief, Office of Aviation Planning @Caltrans
Matthew leads a team that supports and advises local airports, land use commissions, and aviation professionals. His team promotes active transportation, equity, and safety as they impact airport users, staff, vendors, and surrounding communities. Matthew holds a Master's in Regional Planning, Transportation, and Land Use from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Pricila Roldan
Partnership Strategist @San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
Pricila Roldan is a Partnership Strategist for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). She focuses on developing partnerships with local agencies, private sector firms, academia, and community partners. In addition, Pricila leads stakeholder coordination to advance efforts related to planning and implementing Advanced Air Mobility services. Previously, she led planning efforts for the California Air Resources Board Clean Mobility Options Program (CARB CMO) on behalf of the Western Riverside Council of Governments and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from California State University - San Marcos.
Gabrielle Sefranek
Associate Transportation Planner @Caltrans
Gabrielle is a graduate student in Transportation Management at San Jose State University. At the same time, she works as an Associate Transportation Planner at the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). She is part of the American Planning Association and the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) - Sacramento Chapter.
Barry Chapman
Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, Federal and Marine Industries @Siemens
Experienced Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Strong professional skilled in Product Lifecycle Management, Enterprise Software, Business Process Improvement, Sales Management, and Strategic Partnerships.