Different sectors: 68 nonprofits; 5 local governments, 6 state governments, 3 federal government branches; 34 philanthropic, 8 networks, and 22 community organizations.
Coalitions, including Bronx Health REACH; Central City SRO Collaborative; Deliver Justice Coalition; Open Streets Coalition; Transportation Equity Network; Indiana Coalition for Human Services; “Whose Streets? Our Streets!” (WSOS) workgroup; Pueblos de Lucha y Esperanza; We Make the Future; East Metro Strong; and West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition.
Policy influencers at the local, metro, regional, state, and national levels. These include organizations who influence: (1) traffic policies, like no turn on red; (2) transit service policies, like expansion of metro fare-less and rapid transit systems and electric freight; (3) regional transit network redesign, like development of a county transportation / light rail plans and the stopping of highway expansion; (4) open / safe streets initiatives, like adding trees, bike lanes, and space for last-mile deliveries; and (5) applying for federal funding to support all the above.
Program Director for the Sustainable Cities Program at the Summit Foundation, co-chair of the ETF Advisory Team
Program Officer, McKnight Foundation & co-chair of the ETF Advisory Team
Program Coordinator, S&A
Benjie de la Peña
CEO, Shared-Use Mobility Center
Director of Environmental Programs, Greater New Orleans Foundation
Program Officer, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Program Director, Enterprise Community Partners
Lead, Arizona Initiatives and Transportation Equity, Wend Collective
Founder, Atlas Public Policy
Program Director, The Summit Foundation
Executive Director, TransitCenter
Program Officer, McKnight Foundation (co-chair)
A minimum of 4 advocates are recruited per round and paid to help make award decisions.