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Robin Chiang is principal of Robin Chiang & Company. He has over 30 years experience in architecture and taught architectural design for many years including City College of San Francisco, UC Berkeley, Ames Research at NASA and College of Marin. He is dedicated to design and the community, with special focus on the Bayview and Dogpatch neighborhoods. In addition to transportation architecture, he has been involved in the planning of new towns and urban infill in the Bay Area as well as East Asia, Western and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Robin has provided design review services to the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and the Oakland International Airport.
Founder of Fest300 and Joie de Vivre Hospitality
Project Manager, Mercy Housing Company
Will Heywood is a Senior Project Administrator for Bridge Housing. Prior, will was with Urban Land Institute’s San Francisco District Council (ULI San Francisco), where he for managed the organizations policy initiatives and sponsorship efforts, and completed projects that address sea level rise, public health and housing. Prior to ULI San Francisco, Will had worked at other local non-profits such as SPUR and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Will has a BA in Urban Studies and Planning from San Francisco State University.
Dr. Shirley Johnson has experience with community organizing and grassroots advocacy for active transportation and responsible land use. She received a Golden Wheel Award in 2014 from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for her leadership of the BIKES ONboard project, which advocated for better bicycle access onboard Caltrain and BART. She lives car-free in San Francisco, commutes to work by bicycle, and has done multi-month, solo bicycle tours. She holds a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Stanford University.
Sandy is a principal with the architecture and planning firm Mithun / Solomon in San Francisco. A nationally recognized design leader, author and advocate with over 25 years of experience, she works to create innovative experiential environments for schools, universities, workplaces and mixed use districts — integrating high performance green building design with natural systems and advanced infrastructure. Sandy balances practice with research and writing, including as lead author of two editions of “The HOK Guide to Sustainable Design,” one of Wiley’s best-selling sustainable design texts. As one of the early green pioneers, Sandy served on the national board of the USGBC and as national chair of the AIA Committee on the Environment. Her current research and writing focuses on the inter-related challenges of equity, affordability and sustainability, and the development of new models for the design and financing of urban neighborhoods.
Executive Director of California Bicycle Coalition, former Executive Director of Livable City and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and former member of the Golden Gate Bridge and Transit District Board of Directors.