What role does data play in the age of emerging mobility modes? Cities are tasked with managing shared public spaces. In this webinar, hear from research, city, and software practitioners on the current state of mobility data.

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About the Author(s)

Jascha Franklin-Hodge

Former Chief Information Officer, City of Boston

Jascha Franklin-Hodge is a national thought-leader on data governance. During his tenure as Chief Innovation Officer at City of Boston, Jascha created the City's first Digital Team to build exceptional, user-centered digital services, such as the award-winning Boston.gov and BOS:311 mobile app. He also established a Citywide Analytics Team to apply the tools of modern data analysis and modeling to improve quality of life in the city, enhance the operations of government, and support data-driven policy making. His team addressed issues as diverse as firefighter safety, workforce diversity, and ambulance response times. Jascha also led City policy and programs related to broadband and digital equity, created a digital constituent communication program, and was the first-ever city to negotiate a data sharing agreement with Uber in 2015. Prior to his career in public service, Jascha founded Blue State Digital and led the technical infrastructure that powered the success of the 2008 Obama campaign. Jascha recently finished his term as a Joint Research Fellow with the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy and the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston at the Harvard Kennedy School. Jascha recently authored the policy brief, “A Practical City Guide to Mobility Data Licensing.”

Caitlin Colgrove

Data Engineering Lead

Caitlin Colgrove is the lead of Data Engineering at Remix. The Data Engineering team is responsible for building the secure, scalable data infrastructure that supports the rest of the Remix platform. As an engineering manager, Caitlin leads both the internal development of the data platform and also coordinates with external technical teams at cities and mobility companies. Prior to joining Remix, Caitlin worked for 6 years at Palantir Technologies. As a software engineer and later an engineering manager, her focus was building high-scale data pipelines and powerful data analysis tools for governments, businesses, and non-profits. She has worked with complex data systems across many domains, including local and federal government, law, aerospace, energy, and medicine. Caitlin holds both an M.S. and a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University.

Dana Yanocha

Senior Research Analyst, ITDP

Dana’s work at ITDP includes research and analysis of trends in sustainable transportation and development. Dana recently graduated from DePaul University with a Master’s in Sustainable Urban Development, and is passionate about identifying connections between the social, economic, and environmental spheres of sustainable development with a particular interest in working with cities to craft practical solutions to mobility challenges. Prior to joining ITDP in July 2017, Dana worked for the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development in Chicago, and for Resources for the Future, an environmental economics think tank in Washington, DC. When not thinking about sustainable cities, Dana enjoys running, cooking, and spending time with her black lab mix, June.

Michael Schnuerle

Chief Data Officer, Louisville Office of Civic Innovation and Technology

Michael Schnuerle is Louisville's first Chief Data Officer in the Office of Civic Innovation and Technology, and is working to use data to improve government performance and transparency, with responsibility for open data, citywide data strategy, and fostering employee data-driven decision-making. He has spent 14 years in civic tech, and 24 years working on internet projects. His first product as an entrepreneur was an online crime map built using open records requests and Google Maps in 2005. This grew into open data advocacy and building civic services around real-time transportation, public safety, geocoding, data standards, and APIs, and led to co-founding Louisville's Code for America brigade. His latest focus is collaboratively building common open source tools with other governments and partners through the Open Government Coalition.