Lindsay Imai, Transportation and Housing Program Associate, Urban Habitat

Lindsay ImaiLindsay Imai, Transportation and Housing Program Associate, Urban Habitat As part of the Transportation Justice and Housing Program, Lindsay works to increase funding for bus and other public transit systems serving low-income neighborhoods through research, policy analysis, advocacy, coalition building, community organizing support and media activism. Before joining Urban Habitat, Lindsay worked as a program manager with Citibank; as a program manager and Academy Fellow with the Greenlining Institute focusing on affordable housing and community reinvestment; and as a community organizer toreform public schools in Queens, NY. Lindsay completed a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration in June 2006 from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University with a focus on non-profit management and urban policy. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ethnic Studies from Stanford University.

Please listen to her presentation at the Bay Area Social Equity Caucus Quarterly Meeting SB 375 Discussion Panel.

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