Living Map

Thursday 28 September 2017

Walthamstow Assembly Hall

Speakers at Healthy Streets 2017

Shown in the order they confirmed...

Rod King MBE Dr Paula Owen

Rod King MBE 

Founder and Campaign Director 
20's Plenty for Us 

For the last 13 years, Rod has been campaigning for wide-area 20mph limits as the foundation for active travel and liveable streets. In 2007 he set up 20’s Plenty for Us to assist local community campaigns which act as a catalyst for community revaluing of spaces and policy change. Now there are 365 local 20’s Plenty campaigns in the UK, North America and Ireland. Over 16m people live in UK places adopting a 20mph limit for most roads. In 2013 Rod was awarded an MBE for Services to Road Safety and has been influential both at home and abroad in the adoption of a 30kmh/20mph standard for urban streets. In 2017 WHO asked 20’s Plenty to develop a Slow Down Day Toolkit for campaigners which was used in over 1,000 community events for UN Global Road Safety Week in May. 

Dr. Paula Owen 

Founder & CEO
Green Gumption 

Paula is an environmental sustainability specialist with over two decades of professional experience in the areas of sustainability, energy efficiency, behaviour change and carbon measurement tools. Paula has a DPhil in climate change chemistry from the University of Oxford, a Masters degree from City University, London, and has worked within the academic, corporate, public, charitable and governmental  sectors over her career. She is a published author with a number of books, academic papers and research reports to her name. She is also the co-founder of our sister company eco action games.

Scott Lester

Regional Director
Project Centre 

Scott joined Project Centre in September 2016 ,and has over 20 years' experience in transport, project management and economic regeneration. He is a Master of Business Administration and Chartered Civil Engineer, specialising in traffic and transport and has a deep understanding of public transport, urban renewal, finance and project/programme management.

Dr. Will Norman Patricia Brown Steve Gooding

Will Norman 

Walking & Cycling Commissioner

Will Norman is London’s first Walking and Cycling Commissioner, working to deliver the Mayor’s pledges to make walking and cycling safer and easier in the capital.

Will was previously Director of Global Partnerships at Nike. He spent more than three years working with not-for-profits, governments, UN agencies and European institutions to tackle the global inactivity crisis, with a particular focus on getting children more active.

Prior to working at Nike, Will was Director of Research at the Young Foundation and also set up a successful social research consultancy.

Will is based at both City Hall and Transport for London (TfL).

Patricia Brown 


Patricia Brown’s advisory and non-executive work spans disciplines, sectors and geographies. The common thread is connecting: ideas, issues, places, people and ambition, focused mainly on achieving positive change and better experiences for people. She is the outgoing chair London Festival of Architecture, and was Deputy Chair of Mayor’s Design Advisory Group until May, helping lead its Good Growth Agenda. She is vice chair of British Property Federation’s Development Committee, and sits on National Trust and Great Western Railway’s advisory boards. She works in New York, including as adviser to Times Square Alliance and Columbia University's Center for Urban Real Estate.

Steve Gooding 

RAC Foundation 

Steve became Director of the RAC Foundation in May 2015 after a long civil service career encompassing many transport-related roles.  The RAC Foundation is a charity that conducts, commissions and disseminates research into motoring issues – the mobility, safety, economic and environmental challenges and opportunities that derive from motoring and road travel.

After graduating from Durham University Steve joined the civil service in 1983, moving to the Department of Transport in 1987 where, amongst other roles, he was private secretary to transport ministers Peter Bottomley, Michael Portillo and Roger Freeman.

Steve’s civil service career culminated in six years as a Director General on the Department for Transport’s main board from 2009 to 2015, latterly running the Roads, Traffic & Local Group, where his responsibilities included developing the Roads Investment Strategy, the establishment of Highways England, the Transport Strategy for the North, administering funding for local government, policy on road safety, and the running of the motoring services agencies. Steve was Roads Director between 2004 and 2009.

Steve is a Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation and a trustee of the Rees Jeffreys Fund.

Lucy Saunders Alan Andrews Brian Deegan

Lucy Saunders 

Public Health Specialist - Transport & Public Realm
Transport for London 

Lucy Saunders developed the Healthy Streets Approach which is the overarching framework for the Mayor of London’s 25 year Transport Strategy.  Lucy is a Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health, she has worked across all areas of public health before specialising in transport and public ream.  She has worked with TfL for the past 5 years delivering their multi-award winning Health Action Plan.

Alan Andrews 

Environmental Lawyer 
Client Earth

Alan works within the Health and Environment programme, specialising mainly in air pollution issues. His work aims to enforce compliance with EU air quality standards in the UK and other member states using advocacy and litigation. He also works to improve EU air pollution law and sits on the stakeholder expert group for the EU’s “Year of Air” review of air pollution policy.

Before joining ClientEarth, Alan was a commercial lawyer with the international law firm CMS Cameron McKenna. He is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and holds a degree in law from the University of Manchester (LLB) and a masters degree (LLM) in environmental law and policy from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Brian Deegan 

Director - European Sector

Brian Deegan is a technical specialist in cycling at Transport for London. He was one of the main authors of the London Cycling Design Standards and helps assure design quality on the £1 billion Mayor's Vision for Cycling programme. He provides technical advice via the pseudonym @bricycle on twitter (feel free to test him throughout the conference). Brian describes himself as being world famous (but only in the world of cycling-focused highway engineering).

Esther Kurland Johan Diepens Richard Dilks

Esther Kurland

Urban Design London 

Esther has a planning and urban design background.  She has worked in local authorities, the GLA, CABE and TfL.  She currently runs urban Design London, a not for profit support and training organisation for professionals and politicians who manage and influence  London’s built environment.  She sits on a  number of design review and design awards panels, steering and advisory groups and is an external examiner for UCL planning students. 

Johan Diepens


For more than 25 years, Johan has helped shape mobility patterns in Holland. He combines expertise in traffic, transport and mobility with sound business sense. By watching changing trends, Johan is able to provide advice that fits the needs of changing societies. It is his ambition to share knowledge in a way that suits the local context. For this reason, Johan believes strongly is working with partners internationally. 

Johan leads his company in designing integral traffic and transportation plans, supporting policy-making in these areas and undertaking the research upon which solid ideas can be built. Johan is the creator of an innovative demand-responsive transportation system for the elderly and disabled that is used throughout Holland. Working on traffic safety and mobility issues, he has been involved in a number of projects sponsored by the European Commission.

Richard Dilks

Transport Director
London First 

Richard is the transport director at London First, where he works on all aspects of transport policy in order to make London the world’s best business city. He is also on the board of London TravelWatch, the statutory transport watchdog for London. Previously he was a policy adviser and researcher at Which?, the Consumers’ Association. 

Tompion Platt Neil Taylor Nick Lester-Davis

Tompion Platt 

Head of Policy and Communications 
Living Streets

Tompion leads on policy, campaigns and communications for Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking. For over 85 years Living Streets has been a beacon for walking in the UK. In the early days our campaigning led to the UK’s first zebra crossing and the introduction of speed limits. We now run the worlds biggest walk to school campaign reaching over a million children across the UK every year. For over 8 years, Tompion has campaigned across the UK to improve places for people walking and promote the social, economic and health benefits of walkable streets and cities. 

Neil Taylor

Integrated Transport Planning

Neil Taylor is Director at ITP and has over 14 years’ experience of transport planning and research project delivery.  Drawing on a degree in Human Geography, and deep understanding of social and behavioural research techniques, his professional interests include; transport policy and strategy, research, inclusive mobility for disabled and older people, active travel, and data-driven intelligent mobility.  Away from the office he can be found on a badminton court, riding his bike, or attempting ambitious DIY projects.  

Nick Lester-Davis 

Vice Chair

Nick Lester-Davis recently left London Councils, having served as corporate director of services for the last 9 years and as Director of Transport, Environment and Planning for the previous 7 years. As part of these roles Nick was responsible for London-wide service delivery in the fields of traffic and transport and led London Councils’ work on ultra-low emission vehicles, electric vehicles and car sharing. Nick is also Vice Chair of the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council and Council Member of the British Parking Association.

Poppy Lyle Mark Frost

Dr. Robert Davis 

Road Danger Reduction Forum

Dr Robert Davis is Chair and a founder-member of the Road Danger Reduction Forum which works with practitioners and campaigners for “real road safety” – Safer Roads for All. The RDRF  was set up following publication of his “Death on the Streets: cars and the mythology of road safety” in 1993. He has worked as a transport planner specialising in supporting modal shift towards cycling in local government in London for 30 years. He has campaigned for road danger reduction in a number of organisations and broadcast and written on transport policy and safety since the mid-1980s.

A key current focus of RDRF is the support for road danger reduction law enforcement, centred on the innovative policing of close passing of cyclists.

Poppy Lyle 

Principal Policy and Programme Officer on Air Quality
Greater London Assembly

Poppy has been working in air quality for almost 6 years, the past three of these at the GLA. Her area of focus is local authorities and local measures to improve air quality; she manages the statutory London Local Air Quality Management Framework and the £20m Mayor’s Air Quality Fund.

Mark Frost

Head of Traffic & Transport
London Borough of Hounslow

Mark Frost is the Head of Traffic & Transport at the London Borough of Hounslow.  Mark is responsible for the development of the transport network across the borough, ranging from strategic rail schemes necessary to unlock regeneration, to traffic and parking management interventions and behaviour change initiatives.  Mark is currently also an advisor to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) on physical activity and environment.

Rob King Sam Neal Ian Hingley

Rob King 

Managing Director
Outspoken Delivery 

Rob is the co-founder and MD of Outspoken Delivery, an urban logistics operator specialising in last mile deliveries and currently working in four UK cities. Rob is responsible for finance and strategy and working with his team to build a networks of hubs and developing relationships with their partners; local businesses, Councils as well as third party logistics operators.

Sam Neal 

Associate Director
Project Centre 

Sam Neal has over 13 years Local Authority experience in Town Centre Regeneration, Masterplanning, Public Realm and Highway schemes, art installations and Major Site Development.  With a strong track record of developing a vision for an area, securing external funding from organisations such as the GLA and Heritage Lottery Fund and delivering projects to budget, time and to an excellent standard Sam has delivered award-winning transformational change.  Leading multi-disciplinary teams Sam can facilitate stakeholder engagement and support for schemes, develop creative place-shaping interventions and ensure a project’s successful delivery, long-term sustainability and continued growth

Ian Hingley 

Landscape Architect 
Urban Movement 

Ian is a fully qualified landscape architect and urban designer and has been a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute for over 25 years. He has worked in many of the UK’s towns and cities on a large variety of projects including: streets; squares; civic spaces; public parks; residential new build and refurbishment; education; health care and play. Ian is an examiner on the Landscape Institute’s Pathway to Chartership programme and a member of Kingston University’s Professional Review Group. Ian has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and regularly contributes to Transport for London and Urban Design London training programmes.

Jenny Mindell Pieter-Bas de Visser Jean-Christophe Chassard

Dr. Jenny Mindell 

Reader in Public Health
University College London 

Dr Jennifer Mindell is Reader in Public Health at UCL, where she conducts research on transport and health (community severance, road casualty rates) and leads the UCL Health Survey for England team. A public health doctor, she is based in UCL’s Department of Epidemiology & Public Health.; she is also the Health lead for UCL’s Transport Institute. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Transport and Health; former Co-chair (Science) of the Transport and Health Study Group; and leads for transport and health on the UK Faculty of Public Health’s Health Improvement Committee, which she chairs. 

Pieter-Bas de Visser 

Team Leader BIM: Design and Simulation 
Witteveen+Bos UK Limited 

Pieter-Bas is an experienced and enthusiastic team leader at Witteveen+Bos where he focusses on the user-experience within the sector infrastructure and mobility. He has a background in Industrial Design Engineering at the Technical University of Delft where he completed the master Integrated Product Design. At Witteveen+Bos, Pieter-Bas is manager of the team BIM: Design and Simulation, which focusses on making 3D/VR-models of engineering projects. These VR-models are used for stakeholdermanagement and participation, which help the clients and other stakeholders to understand the sometimes complex information that an engineer generates.  Pieter-Bas finds his motivation in creative thinking and with that solving complex problems, making processes clear for the client and/or user. His vision is that clear and logical communication between the user and its environment can significantly reduce design errors, frustrations and waste of time.

Jean-Christophe Chassard

Go Cycle Portfolio Delivery Manager 
Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames 

Jean-Christophe Chassard is the Go Cycle Portfolio Delivery Manager and he has over 20 years experience of successfully delivering transportation projects in the public and private sector in the UK and mainland Europe.
Previously, Jean-Christophe was the Programme Manager at Lausanne Public Transport (Switzerland) and was responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of a brand new Tramways and Bus Rapid Transit network estimated at £350m.
Jean-Christophe has also worked for TfL as a Borough Manager and was responsible for the coordination and strategic delivery of multi-modal projects in Wandsworth and Lambeth boroughs.

Kristina Coxall Peter Siemensma Mark Bland

Kristina Coxall

Project Centre 

Bio to follow...

Peter Siemensma

Senior Transport Planner 

Peter Siemensma started his career in the Netherlands in 2007 working as a transport consultant for Royal HaskoningDHV and moved to the UK in 2014 to work as a Transport Planner. In 2016 Peter joined Arcadis as a Senior Transport Planner and is helping Arcadis grow their UK business, using his Dutch experience in infrastructure design, in particular for cycling. Peter has worked on the development of the Dutch CROW Guidance for road design in the Urban Area, and is currently working on the development of Cycle Routes for Transport for London, Croydon Council, Harrow Council and Aberdeenshire Council. 

Mark Bland 

Enjoy Waltham Forest Programme Manager
London Borough of Waltham Forest 

Mark Bland has worked in the traffic and transportation field for more than 25 years in both the public and private sectors.

He started his career in Harrogate, North Yorkshire before moving to London in 2000 where he built up significant experience working on a number of major transport projects across the capital including; the Emirates Stadium matchday controls, the Mayor’s cycle hire scheme, Borough-wide 20mph and parking and area wide transport schemes.

In 2010 Mark took up the role of Head of Traffic Management and Parking for the London Organising Committee for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) and was responsible for the design, implementation and operation of the traffic management and parking for the Games. Working with numerous stakeholders and partners Mark used his considerable experience to bring together the team and develop the relationships to ensure success.

Mark is currently working for the London Borough of Waltham Forest as the Programme Manager delivering walking and cycling improvements as part of the TfL funded Mini-Holland Programme.  Mark is fully committed to the delivery of the Mayor of London’s walking and cycling vision and is successfully helping the Council achieve its objectives around sustainable transport.

Eveline De Jong Amanda Gregor Ed Parham

Eveline de Jong

Mobility Specialist 

Eveline is a mobility specialist who joined Mobycon in 2016. With her background in architecture and civil engineering she combines urbanism with transport and infrastructure. She specialises in the design of public space and infrastructure in urban areas. At Mobycon she worked on participative street design, network design, traffic studies, parking management, best practice studies, and mobility plans.

Amanda Gregor

Urban Designer 

Amanda is an Urban Designer with a specialism in community engagement and active travel. Completing her Masters in Sustainability Science at Lund University Sweden and a postgraduate degree in Urban Design in London, Amanda’s approach to urban design is influenced by Scandinavian design and how theses can be applied in a UK context. Amanda is developing further design and communication techniques including using Virtual Reality as a tool to engage more effectively with stakeholders. 

Ed Parham BA(hons) DipArch RIBA

Space Syntax 

Ed leads Space Syntax’s Studio and Digital Works streams of activity. These responsibilities combine the strategic development of methodologies and tools, with their application to design and planning projects. The overarching objective behind these activities is to create better cities for people, through an understanding of the interactions between spatial networks, infrastructure systems, land uses and demographics.

In his time at Space Syntax he has delivered projects which address a wide range of urban issues including rapid urban growth, regeneration, resilience, health and security.



Kevin Burke John Barry Pam Turton

Kevin Burke 

Freelance Transport/Mobility and Town Planning Consultant
Smart City Mobility Planning Ltd 

Kevin is an independent consultant currently engaged by Southwark Council where he is responsible for preparing the Kerbside Strategy. The Strategy will set out the Council’s over-arching approach to reallocating kerbside space as a tool to promote ‘Healthy Streets’  by facilitating greater levels of active travel.

He has previously worked in a variety of urban and transport planning roles for Cork City Council, VicRoads in Melbourne and Auckland City Council. In 2009, he moved to London, working initially for Waltham Forest and later as Senior Transport Planner for Hackney Council where he led on the production of the Hackney Transport Strategy 2025. Kevin also project managed the Cycle Hackney smartphone app and Hackney Parklet in conjunction with Sustrans London and Cyclehoop Ltd. He also led as project manager on the Regents Row Improvement scheme and the Wetlands to Wetlands walking and cycling greenway project in Hackney. 

John Barry 

Head of Network Development - Buses 
Transport for London

John Barry has been involved in the development of London’s bus network since 1991. With a background in bus service scheme development and evaluation, he has worked on projects as diverse as the Central London Congestion Charge, free travel for children, the Olympic and Paralympic Games and, more recently, the proposed transformation of Oxford Street. For some years he has led the bus input for TfL’s strategy development, including the Mayor’s Transport Strategy and the London Plan, and for TfL’s Business Plan and other financial planning. John lives in Ealing, west London.

Pam Turton

Assistant Director for Transport
Portsmouth City Council 

Pam Turton is the Assistant Director for Transport, Environment and Business Support at Portsmouth City Council.

In 2002 Pam joined Cambridgeshire County Council as a graduate trainee, and undertook a MSc in Transport from Imperial College.  From there, she held a number of positions at Transport for London before joining Portsmouth City Council in 2009.

In her current role, Pam is responsible for Transport Planning and Policy, Road Safety and Active Travel, and Network Management.  Pam is a Registered Public Health Practitioner, and is building on the progress made in Portsmouth to further develop the links between transport and public health to deliver improved health outcomes.

Paola Spivach Rory McMullan David Leam

Paola Spivach

Head of Design and Engineering

Paola is a qualified architect with nearly 20 years professional experience spanning over all aspects of street and highway design, focusing on sustainable transport, cycle infrastructure and the relationship between roads and the urban environment. In her work, she integrates her technical knowledge of traffic engineering and transport planning with a sound background in urban design. In the past she has worked on several ground-breaking shared space schemes, and street design schemes with high levels of community engagement.  She leads Sustrans England South Design and Engineering team.

Rory McMullan 

City of London 

Rory manages the City of London’s Road Danger Reduction and Behaviour Change teams. Rory joined the City in 2016 and comes with over 20 years of experience of promotion of walking and cycling, travel behaviour change, event management and communications. Prior to joining the City, Rory worked for publishing and communications company Landor LINKS, managing the communications programme contract with the Department for Transport for the Local Sustainable Transport Fund and organising Road Safety events for Vision Zero UK, 20s Plenty for Us and the Parliamentary Council for Transport Safety. Before this he worked for the Institute of Transport and Development Policy in China as their Communications specialist. He was able to perform this role after learning Mandarin Chinese while working in the bicycle industry in Taiwan in the 1990s / early 2000s.

David Leam 

London First

David has led London First’s work across infrastructure policy since 2010 and was a member of the previous Mayor’s Roads Task Force. He was previously a Special Adviser for three Transport Secretaries from 2007-10. Before that he was a Special Adviser on housing and planning and a civil servant at HM Treasury. He is a regular commentator in national and London media on transport and infrastructure issues

Simon Munk Laurence Oakes-Ash Patrick Donnelly

Simon Munk 

Infrastructure Campaigner
London Cycling Campaigner

LCC’s key campaigner on all cycling (and walking, Healthy Streets etc.) infrastructure measures, aiming to ensure more and better quality cycling infrastructure across the capital. Coordinates LCC responses to Cycle Superhighways, Quietways, Safer Junctions, Liveable Neighbourhoods etc. Also volunteer co-Council Liaison Officer at Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign and one of the key campaigners leading up to and around their mini-Holland.

Laurence Oakes-Ash

City Science

Laurence has spent his career bringing together large, real-time datasets and turning them into actionable strategies. This has been in the areas of business management, automated systems, risk and now energy and transport. In his former life, he managed high-value share trading platforms across Europe and witnessed the radical digitization and automation of the finance industry. He is now applying his knowledge and experience to data-driven decision making in cities.

Patrick Donnelly 

City Fringe LEN - Project Manager 
London Borough of Hackney

Patrick is a project manager that has spent his career delivering projects in London that focus on sustainability, air quality, urban design and smart cities. Now working at Hackney, his first role was developing the Zero Emissions Network in Shoreditch, a project that engaged businesses and encouraged them to take the lead on reducing air pollution.  He is now managing the City Fringe Low Emission Neighbourhood a project that will transform the area through innovative new interventions ranging from the creation of ULEV streets to rolling out a ‘parklet’ programme.

Vicky Keeble Louise Gold Donald Chalker

Vicky Keeble

Deliver London Programme Manager
Cross River Partnership

Vicky is an experienced Project Manager with a passion for the environment and sustainability.

Louise Gold 

Senior Project Officer - Collaborative Design

Louise Gold is a Senior Project Officer at Sustrans, who has spent the last seven years project managing sustainable transport schemes within third sector organisations and on behalf of local authorities. She is an experienced community engagement and placemaking practitioner, facilitating radical behaviour and infrastructure changes.   

Donald Chalker

Team Manager - Transportation Strategy
London Borough of Redbridge 

Donald has worked in central and outer London, making it easier for able-bodied and people with disabilities to travel in smarter, active and healthy ways and to improve freight, delivery and servicing in our city. He has worked in the passenger and freight industries, in the public and private sectors, delivering and securing transport services. At Redbridge, Donald is the Public Transport lead; he manages the Smarter Travel and Road Safety activity; and is delivering the Mayor’s Air Quality Fund Low Emission Neighbourhood - Ilford Garden Junction project, to improve walking and cycling and the public realm at this location.

James Taylor Ben Kennedy Andy Parkinson

James Taylor 

Managing Director
DriveNow UK

James Taylor is the Managing Director for DriveNow UK, the revolutionary new drive-by-the-minute car sharing service from BMWi, MINI and Sixt. James has worked in senior marketing and operational roles for over 15 years across a variety of sectors and has been with DriveNow for the past two years, with responsibility for driving the growth of the UK membership and promoting the benefits of car sharing for both customers and cities alike.

Ben Kennedy

LEN Project Manager
City of London 

Ben is a transport planner and project manager who has spent the last 16 years working on air quality, public realm, sustainable transport and urban mobility projects in both the private and public sectors. He spent 7 years at the London Borough of Hackney in the role of Principal Transport Planner before becoming a freelance contractor in 2015. Since then he has worked on a number of different projects and roles and is currently working for the City of London Corporation as their Low Emission Neighbourhood Project Manager.

Andy Parkinson

TRL and LoCity

Bio to follow...

Habib Khan Lennart Nout Tim Cooper

Habib Khan

Sales and Marketing Director

Habib graduated from RICS Surveying background and spent the first part of his life as a surveyor. He then moved into the sustainability sector, he has headed up the introduction of Zipcar, the worlds largest car sharing back in 2005. He managed the regional offices for City Car Club and and was instrumental in introducing the £140m London Bike Sharing scheme currently in London.

He's a keen cyclists and has spent the last 7 years setting up the on-street managed Bike Hangar models across most of London's Local Authorities. His next big challenge is to tackle London Air Quality and to green up London's concrete jungle and create healthy viable office environments.

Lennart Nout

Urban Mobility Specialist

Lennart is an urban mobility design specialist who joined Mobycon in 2016. He has six years of experience in infrastructure design, transport and land-use planning in both New Zealand and The Netherlands. Lennart is a generalist with a broad experience in all aspects of urban mobility. He specializes in the design and planning of bicycle networks and infrastructure in urban areas. Prior to joining Mobycon, he worked as a consultant in New Zealand, where he was involved in a wide range of projects involving bicycle network design, bicycle safety projects, street design, integrated transport planning, parking management, strategic mobility plans and public transport projects. 

Tim Cooper

Associate Partner
CPC Project Services

Tim Cooper is an Associate Partner at CPC Project Services. He has over 15 years’ experience of delivering transformational projects in the transport and infrastructure sector, including the London Congestion Charge and Low Emission Zone and the planning frameworks for Battersea, White City and Earls Court. Tim’s current interests are the way in which new transport technology unlocks new forms of built environment

Matt Koster- Marcon

Tim Fendley

Founder and CEO
Applied Wayfinding and Living Map

Bio to follow...

Matt Koster-Marcon

Founder & CEO
Learning Ladders Education

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