Join us at the Mobility Innovation Summit in Rochester, NY on May 16th and 17th to discuss the latest developments in the shared mobility realm including carsharing, electric vehicles, bikesharing, volunteer transportation, vanpooling and more.
The Mobility Innovation Summit is the premiere convening of stakeholders and influencers of transportation in Upstate New York and beyond.
Networking Reception Wednesday, May 16th at 5:30 PM. Sponsored by Volunteer Transportation Center.
Conference begins Thursday, May 17th 8:00 AM with Registration & Breakfast followed by Welcoming Remarks by Mayor Lovely Warren. The day-long Summit is made possible by NYSERDA and NYSDOT.
Who should attend:
Elected officials and policymakers, city managers and transportation planners, community based health and social service organizations, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, health agencies & providers, transit agencies, mobility operators, entrepreneurs and funders, research institutions and consultants.
Tara Lynn Gray of
the Fresno California Metro Black Chamber of Commerce
Tara Lynn Gray Chief Executive Officer of the The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce (FMBCC) has been instrumental in the design and roll out of one of the most groundbreaking mobility programs in the country, featuring an $8 million state investment in carsharing, electric bikesharing, community ridesourcing and electric shuttles. Ms. Gray, a business owner for over 13 years seeks to transform transportation barriers into opportunity for local entrepreneurship and the growth of small businesses that benefit from expanded and affordable mobility. As CEO of FMBCC, Gray champions direct linkages between community-based solutions, economic development, and the zeitgeist of innovation in mobility.
Gray has been an Advisor for Solano and Alameda County Small Business Development Centers, served as a non-profit Program Manager and Director of Operations and as well as run her own Information Technology consulting business for 13 years. She maintains a deep and wide community network that provides insights and access to leadership fighting some of the complex socio-economic problems facing communities today. Her community involvement also includes work with the State of CA Employment Development Department Small Business Employer Advisory Committee (EDD SBEAC) and Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP). Ms. Gray is a member of US Women’s Chamber of Commerce.