Melissa Brown of Hopelink will present options for various transportation
needs through Hopelink’s Mobility Management Program. This program
supports the coordination of special needs transportation through
cross-sector collaborations to improve transportation services and
provides travel education and resources to build awareness of existing
transportation options. Hopelink’s support makes it easier for all people to
get around King County through innovative, entrepreneurial, collaborative
problem solving, especially during times of crisis or disaster.
Melissa Brown is a Mobility Coordinator for Hopelink and support staff for
the Regional Alliance for Resilient and Equitable Transportation (RARET).
Melissa leads the North King County Mobility Coalition and provides travel
training and public transit orientations, and conducts outreach in the community
to increase awareness about transportation options in King County. Melissa recently graduated from
the Public Health program at the University of Washington.
This event is free and open to the public.