YPT Luncheon with HGAC

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Issac Perez Bio: Isaac is an Outreach Coordinator at the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) and is responsible for representing and promoting its transportation programs, as well as leading efforts on innovative mobility projects. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a Mathematics concentration from Texas A&M University, and utilizes his skillset maximizing federal funding by engaging with stakeholders to coordinate outreach efforts and start innovative services, such as ridesharing and first/last mile service, truly building public/private partnerships. Isaac joined YPT in 2014, and has lived happily ever after.

Diane Dohm Bio: Diane is a Senior Planner at the Houston-Galveston Area Council and is responsible for the Pedestrian-Bicyclist Planning Program at the H-GAC. Her responsibilities include long-range planning, programming, pedestrian-bicyclist traffic monitoring, the Pedestrian-Bicyclist Subcommittee, and other activities related to bicycling and walking. Diane brings her energy and expertise to the Houston region to enhance safety, transportation choices, and health by improving regional active transportation. She has a Master of Science degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology, Latin American Studies, and Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Diane enjoys riding her bicycle to work and for fun — you are likely to find her on one of the many trails on the weekends.


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