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Monday, April 17, 2017

WTS Colorado Presents a Professional Panel for the UC Denver Student Chapter

11:30 AM - 01:00 PM Mountain Standard Time

Join us!

Rachael Bronson, Denver Public Works - Rachael has more than a decade of experience working in research, land conservation and transportation. In 2013, Rachael began work with the City and County of Denver Public Works Department, and in 2014 she earned a Masters of Engineering from the University of Colorado Denver. In the Transportation & Mobility Division of Public Works, Rachael works as a transportation planner, where she leads work in bicycle transportation and the City's Vision Zero Program.
Jill Loncantore, WalkDenver - Jill Locantore is Associate Director for WalkDenver, a non-profit organization dedicated to making Denver the most walkable city in the country. Previously, Jill served as Principal Planner for the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), where she worked with more than 50 local governments to develop and implement Metro Vision, the Denver region's long-range plan for sustainable growth and development. Jill also worked for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments where she supported regional efforts to coordinate land use and transportation planning in suburban Maryland, Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Throughout her planning career, Jill has focused on the intersection of land use and transportation with environmental sustainability, economic development, public health, and social justice issues.
Michelle McElhaney, Jacobs - Michelle's career has been in the construction and design review of transit projects. After graduating from Colorado School of Mines with a Civil Engineering degree in 2010, she began as an intern with RTD working on the West Rail Line to Golden. Following graduation, she was hired by Jacobs Engineering to work on the iconic Denver Union Station Redevelopment project. In 2013, she transitioned to the R Line, a 10.3-mile light rail extension through the heart of Aurora that recently opened on Feb. 24. She has six years of experience predominantly on the construction and represents the owner's side of most projects.
Monday, April 17 
11:30 a.m.
Room 3301 on the third floor in the CU Building 
1250 14th St
Denver, CO 80202
Lunch will be provided and all students are welcome!

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