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Kit Keller, JD, Executive Director of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP), views the world from a public policy perspective, drawing upon training in political science, psychology, community organizing, law and legal writing.
Prior to her work with APBP, Kit collaborated with local businesses and government to orchestrate a successful new transit start-up, helped to develop and fund shared use trails, promoted walkable and bicycle-friendly communities, and facilitated Safe Routes to School programs. She has served in elected and appointed local government positions and on various boards, including the local League of Women Voters.
Kit works from a home office in Cedarburg, Wisconsin and makes most of her trips on foot or by bike. She is a reformed speeder and recovering lawyer.
Bicycle Parking Program Manager
bikeparking (at) apbp (dot) org
Nathan manages APBP's bicycle parking programs. He has a background in transportation planning, a fascination with cities, and a love of small towns. He has worked in philanthropy and public transit, and chaired the Jacksonville, Oregon planning commission. Nathan has visited all 50 states, and he biked 30 miles to his own wedding. He works from a home office in Corydon, Indiana, where he and his wife are raising their children.
Member Services | Webinar Program Manager
deb (at) apbp (dot) org
Deb is a generalist; she has a background in sales management, customer service and development, with experience in both non-profit and for-profit organizations. She has served as a trustee of the local public library since 2000 and actively volunteers for other community groups. She holds a master's degree in Organizational Behavior from the California School of Professional Psychology. Deb joined the APBP staff in 2008 and works from a home office in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
apbp.fellow (at) apbp (dot) org
As APBP’s first Fellow, Kevin will work to support and strengthen several programs, most notably the Local Bicycle Pedestrian Coordinator assistance program, the webinar series, and APBP’s Committees and Action Teams.
Kevin is a passionate pedestrian and bicycle advocate who brings a strong and diverse research background, as well as international experience, to APBP. He recently completed a master’s degree in Town and Regional Planning from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. Prior to completing his degree, he worked for several years in both primary and adult education, and was actively involved in several social issue activities and campaigns.
Kevin joined the APBP staff in October, 2014, and works from a home office in the New York City area.
Complete Streets Program Manager
linda (at) apbp (dot) org
Linda Tracy administers the National Complete Streets Coalition workshop series on behalf of the Coalition’s Steering Committee partner APBP. She provides technical assistance and coaching to people at the state and local levels using NCSC workshops as catalysts for taking next steps toward their complete streets objectives.
Linda is also the Editor of the bi-weekly CeneterLines newsletter, provides technical assistance on community change as a director for a private foundation and teaches alpine skiing. She is a former elected City Council alderman, MPO board chair and regional public transportation board co-chair.
She is married to bicycle and pedestrian pioneer John Williams.