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Rachel has over fifteen years of experience in the transportation arena, including issues pertaining to land-use, air quality, carbon emissions, transportation demand management, alternative fuels, and advanced technologies. Rachel received her M.A. in Environment, Technology, and Society from Clark University in Massachusetts. Prior to joining IMR, Rachel managed the transportation program for the Energy Foundation. Rachel has extensive experience managing projects with diverse participants, coordinating multiple objectives and goals, and understanding obstacles to successful program implementation.
Rachel joined Innovative Mobility Research (IMR) in 2002, to design and manage innovative mobility projects. Rachel's interest in the transportation field is in bringing innovative ideas and technologies together in a manner that will reduce negative environmental impacts of transportation, while enhancing mobility options.