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Where are living wage jobs? Where is high-quality, affordable workforce housing? What are the most pressing health issues and where are they concentrated? How well does the region’s transportation system connect the income, housing and health needs of individuals and families? How can multi-modal transportation make the region healthier, stronger and more resilient?
Join local and national experts on Regional Day for a lively discussion about these topics—including the potential of predictive analytics to help transportation systems become more efficient, safer and easier to use. At the end of Regional Day, meet with colleagues from your own communities to share your insights and plan next steps.
Moderator: Regina Montoya, Chair, Mayor’s Task Force on Poverty, Dallas, Texas
Jeffrey Tumlin, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Inc., San Francisco, California
Craig Adelman, Director of Transit Oriented Development, Low Income Investment Fund, San Francisco, California
Melinda Pollack, AICP, Vice President, Enterprise Community Partners, Denver, Colorado
Dan Burden, Director of Inspiration and Innovation, Blue Zones, Minneapolis, Minnesota
John Fregonese, President, Fregonese Associates, Portland, Oregon
Karla Weaver, AICP, Program Manager, North Central Texas Council of Governments, Arlington, Texas
Elizabeth Sobel Blum, Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Michael Sorrell, Esq., President, Paul Quinn College, Dallas, Texas
Dr. Ruben Amarashingham, MD, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, Dallas, Texas
Walter Bialas, Vice President, Director of Research Dallas, JLL, Dallas, Texas
Larry Tubb, Senior Vice President, System Planning, Cook Children's , The Center for Children's Health, Fort Worth, Texas