I have a Ph.D. from MIT in transportation systems, a bachelor's degree in computer science, and a master's in civil and environmental engineering from Cornell. Prior to my doctoral work, I co-founded and was the first Executive Director of Engineers for a Sustainable World, where I raised over $1M to transform engineering education across the globe.
As a transportation researcher at MIT, UC Berkeley and Stanford, my work developed and harnessed new datasets to measure the adoption of, and impacts of shared-use mobility (ridesharing) and automated/ autonomous vehicles on travel behavior, vehicle purchase, and energy use.
I am passionate about developing innovative transportation solutions that provide net positive social and environmental benefits: reduced congestion, improved accessibility, and a lower carbon footprint of our transportation systems.
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