“Dr. Bev” joins Tanya Hutchins, Communications Representative, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers to talk about “Introducing Youth to American Infrastructure+” – iyai+ — a national non-profit dedicated to inspiring, educating, and engaging today’s youth to become tomorrow’s American infrastructure leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and skilled workforce. (www.iyai.org)
Scott Joins PolicyLink’s Anita Cozart for Jobs To Move America Interview and Podcast on Women and Transportation
Jobs To Move America (JMA) is a national nonprofit research, strategy, and advocacy center committed to harnessing government procurement to achieve equity, promote environmental sustainability, further open democratic government, and to achieve an inclusive, diverse workforce that lifts people into middle-class jobs. The promotion of clean vehicle technologies and green jobs is a major JMA initiative.
HA O KE KAI: 2019 Hawai’i Climate Conference (Scott Keynote: “Climate Change & Equity”)
Hosted by the Hawai’i Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Commission, discussions at the 2019 Conference are intended to help further educate and actively engage the general public in the State’s call to action to address the effects of global warming and climate change. (https://www.civilbeat.org/2019/01/fight-against-climate-change-is-an-all-in-war/;http://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/post/equity-climate-solutions-focus-hawai-i-climate-conference).
We have both an infrastructure and an inequality crisis in our country. For “America to be great again”, we need to urgently attack both problems. For starters, national infrastructure investment cannot be self-regulating; or, simply left to the open market. It must be strategically leveraged in the public interest; and intentionally directed to achieve shared prosperity and equitable outcomes for all Americans.
Unfinished Business: The Importance of Human Resources to National Transit Asset Management Program Development and Transit Safety Performance
The following article was authored by Beverly A. Scott, Ph.D., a Mineta Transportation Institute Research Associate.
By: DJC Staff in Scrolling Box October 27, 2016
More than 500 people gathered in the fourth-floor ballroom of the Sentinel Hotel on Wednesday to honor the 37 women named as this year’s Women of Vision award winners by the Daily Journal of Commerce.
Panel discussion from the 2016 APTA Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA on September 12, 2016. The panel was moderated by Dr. Beverly Scott from Beverly Scott Associates LLC. The panel featured:
Phil Washington, CEO of Metro Los Angeles
Dorval Carter, President, Chicago Transit Authority
Stephanie J. Jones, Senior Counselor to U.S. Secretary of Transportation and Chief Opportunities Officer
Patrick Scully, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Motor Coach Industries
Elizabeth Bunn , Director, Organizing Department, AFL-CIO (national)
Kristian Mendoza, IBEW Steward, IBEW 11 at Kinkisharyo’s Palmdale, CA Facility
The Remix Conference, 2016 | Celebrating the art and science of transit planning, in cities big and small.
FULL VIDEO: “Equity, opportunity, and inclusion” – leveraging transportation to improve people’s lives and strengthen communities – Dr. Beverly Scott (The Remix Conference 2016, Keynote)