is currently the Active Transportation Planner for the City of Coronado where she focuses on improving multi-modal access and mobility for bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit riders within Coronado, CA. Mariah also has a background in the private sector with CH2M HILL where she spent 5 years working on the development of numerous sustainability rating systems, including FHWA’s INVEST Tool, the North American Sustainable Transportation Council’s STARS tool, the Department of Defense’s Sustainable Communities Tool, and the European Union’s SUNRA Tool, among others. Mariah is a certified city planner with the American Planning Association and is also a member of the Transportation Research Board’s Special Task Force on Climate Change and Energy.