Development, marketing and implementation of programmes which allow and encourage the university community to use transport means promoted by humans or means of high occupancy.Master in Environmental Studies.
Holly Parker has spent much of her 22-year career directing sustainable transportation programs. Her expertise is in applying emerging technologies that facilitate transit and other sustainable transportation options. She brought car-sharing and modern bicycle-sharing technologies to Yale University and to the State of Connecticut, while Director of Sustainable Transportation Systems at Yale.
Her current work brings the most advanced technologies and planning practices to campuses and municipalities that want to encourage multi-modal transportation by improving their bicycle, pedestrian and transit infrastructure.
Holly holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (Environmental Conservation) from the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies (Pollution Prevention) from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.