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2021 Mayor's Mobility Panel
Movability’s signature event, the annual Mayor’s Mobility Breakfast and Award Ceremony, will look a little different this year as we go virtual! This year’s event will feature a live virtual Q&A with Mayor Adler, Huston-Tillotson President and Austin Transit Partnership board member Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette, and Capital Metro's CEO Randy Clarke. We will also recognize leading employers in an engaging, informative, and entertaining video that will be aired during the online event.

Join us for a discussion about how the past year's events have shaped the way we use mobility options, what the future holds, and how mobility touches every aspect of our lives, from affordability to equity.

Feb 10, 2021 08:45 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Steve Adler
Mayor @City of Austin
Steve Adler was elected Austin's 52nd Mayor in December 2014. After completing his undergraduate studies at Princeton, Adler moved to Austin to work his way through law school at The University of Texas. Like many others, he fell in love with Austin and has made it his home for nearly four decades. He practiced civil rights law for many years and later founded a successful eminent domain law practice representing landowners. Adler also served nearly 10 years as chief of staff and general counsel for Texas State Senator Eliot Shapleigh, working primarily on school finance, equity and access issues. Adler has been deeply involved with, and chaired, many Austin civic and non-profit institutions over the past 20 years.
Colette Pierce Burnette
President @Huston-Tillotson University
Colette Pierce Burnette became president of Huston-Tillotson University in July 2015, the first female president of the combined Huston and Tillotson Colleges. She has also served in leadership roles at Pierce College and Central State University, as well as for the Washington State Department of Transportation. Before transitioning into higher education, Burnette worked in a variety of industries, including The Washington Post, Proctor and Gamble and the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., in addition to running her own consulting firm, CompuMent. Her commitment to civic and community leadership in Austin has led to roles with the Mayor’s Task Force on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities, Leadership Austin, the Greater Austin Area Black Chamber, Austin Community Foundation, The Greater Austin Urban League, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas Advisory Council, Waterloo Greenway and most recently as a board member overseeing the newly-formed Austin Transit Partnership.
Randy Clarke
President & CEO @Capital Metro
Randy Clarke is president and CEO of Capital Metro. Prior to this, Clarke held key leadership positions in public transportation in both Boston and Washington, D.C., and earned a master's degree in public policy from the University of Southern Maine. Since he joined Capital Metro and following the 2018 redesign of its bus network, transit ridership has been on the rise in the Austin area. Clarke sees the operation through the eyes of his customer by using the service every day, giving him insight that's fueled his challenge to “do more” in providing quality transportation options to the growing region. That familiarity with the service led Clarke to put in place multimillion dollar investments to the system and a renewed focus on improving customer experience When away from the office, Clarke enjoys traveling and competitive running with his wife, Kimberley, whom he met, as fate would have it, while riding a train.