Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART)
Sabrina Glenn has worked in the field of Transportation Demand Management for over 16 years. Her experience includes working with local, regional, and private sector organizations to address mobility issues in Minnesota, Atlanta, Florida, and North Carolina. She has served in a variety of capacities that support the development, implementation, marketing, and promotion of programs and services that support the use of alternatives to driving alone. Her responsibilities at PART include the oversight of the Commuter Resources department including the Call Center, Vanpool Program, and Business Development and Outreach Efforts.
Commute with Enterprise
Michelle has been with Commute with Enterprise since 2012 and been with Enterprise Rent-A-Car for 15 years. She worked in the DC metro area for 10+ years before being promoted to oversee the South Central Team’s Operations and Sales. She has been a member of ACT for 9 years, a Top 40 under 40 winner in 2016, was a member of the first impact class in 2018, and is also the new Vanpool Council Chair. She resides in Birmingham Alabama with her husband and two cats.
Recognized as one of the 2016 Association for Commuter Transportation’s (ACT) 40 Under 40 TDM Professionals, Allie is a TDM Project Manager with AECOM supporting programs and projects across the US. She most recently led the Georgia Commute Options outreach team for employers and schools. She has overseen the operations of the incentives program, conducted employer training programs, and launched an employer outreach effort focusing on traffic mitigation. Allie graduated from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) with degrees in Telecommunications & Consumer Journalism.
Sylvia joined Innovate Memphis, in 2019, as the Commute Options Program Manager to encourage local businesses, employees and students to shift away from drive-alone commutes. She was a member of the ImpACT! Leadership Class of 2020. Before joining the team at Innovate Memphis, she served for four years as the Director of a bicycle cooperative, where she focused on riding bicycles for transportation. Sylvia is currently pursuing a Master of Sustainable Transportation, from the University of Washington. Sylvia is married to a 5th grade math teacher and together, they have two children who ride their bicycles to public school in Memphis.