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Best Workplaces for Commuters Works for Your Business!
"The Best Workplaces for Commuters award that DATA helped us earn is a big feather in our cap in discussions with recruits."

John Martin, P.E. - Senior Vice President
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

Wouldn't your company benefit from:

• National public recognition for being commuter-friendly and socially responsible?

• Being included on national list release during January of each year?

• Web-based tools to help you calculate the overall financial, environmental, and traffic improvements associated with your commuter benefits?

Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) is an innovative membership program that provides national recognition to employers offering outstanding commuter benefits.

For a limited-time, Fairfax County* will pay the first two years' membership fees for qualifying Fairfax County-based businesses.

Join us Thursday, May 20 at 11 a.m. and see if your company qualifies for this prestigious designation.

Our guest speakers include:

Julie Bond, MPA,
Senior Research Associate,
Center for Urban Transportation Research
University of South Florida

Marcus Moore
Employer Outreach Specialist (Transportation Planner II)
Fairfax County Commuter Services Team (FCCS)

Ali Ankudowich
Senior Planner/Tindale Oliver
Community Planning and Design Team - Tampa, FL

This informative discussion will be moderated by:

Jatinder Kaur Khosla
Business Investment Manager, Europe
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority

Get more info at: http://www.bestworkplaces.org/

*If your business is not located in Fairfax County, DATA can refer you to an organization in your county that can help you apply.

May 20, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Julie Bond, MPA
Senior Research Associate @Center for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida
Julie Bond is a senior research associate at the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida. She manages multiple bicycle and pedestrian safety projects, and is an instructor for the Florida Commuter Choice Certificate program. She also serves as the Program Director for Best Workplaces for Commuters, the premier national organization recognizing outstanding employers, universities, and sites for their employee commuter benefits programs. She is a founding member and program director of Bike/Walk Tampa Bay, a regional coalition of citizens, advocates, professionals, and allied organizations created to make walking and bicycling the preferred modes of transportation in the Tampa Bay region. She earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of South Florida, and is a League Cycling Instructor (LCI). Logging over 6,000 miles each year, her preferred way of getting around is by bicycle.
Marcus Moore
Employer Outreach Specialist (Transportation Planner II) @Fairfax County Commuter Services Team (FCCS)
Marcus Moore works for Fairfax County's Transportation Services Group. He helps Human Resources and Benefits Managers establish commuting benefits and assistance programs, including telework/telecommute programs, for their employees. All services are provided free to the public and employers. If you live or work in Fairfax County, Marcus and the Transportation Services Group can provide you with information on all your commute options, so you can make a smart choice about how you travel to work. Many employers have found that providing incentives that make an employee’s commute to work easier benefit both the employee and the company. Incentives may cost very little or nothing at all.
Ali Ankudowich
Senior Planner @Tindale Oliver - Community Planning and Design Team
Ali Ankudowich is a Senior Planner with Tindale Oliver’s Community Planning and Design team, based in downtown Tampa, Florida. She specializes in policy, case study, and interview-based research to determine best practices and actionable, vetted planning solutions. Her work spans affordable housing, transportation, parks, land use, urban design, and development/redevelopment. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, she regularly biked to work. She’s been working from home for the past year.