Back in 2015, I was honored to be selected as the 2015 William Barclay Parsons fellow for the 30th year of this program. My proposal was to study how the United States government should respond to driverless cars. I developed my final product while seeking feedback via multiple forums (including this blog!) and now I’m continuing to maintain the blog as a way to continue the dialogue and engage with driverless vehicle stakeholders around the world.
If interested, come see me at an upcoming conference or check out some of my news mentions or check out the TEDx Talk that I did a few years ago.
I am currently the Director of Business Initiatives at EasyMile, a company specialized in providing both software powering autonomous vehicles and the last mile smart mobility solutions. Prior to working at EasyMile, I was the Manager of Sustainable Transportation at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff where I was involved in various projects that leveraged advanced technologies to improve mobility in cities. Prior to that, I worked at Alta Bicycle Share as the Director of Business Relations.
If you’re interested in contacting me, please email me at email@example.com. You can also check me out on LinkedIn.
Will you be speaking at any upcoming conferences or other industry events?
Thanks so much for asking! I just added a “Conferences” tab to the blog.
Great site! Lauren, are you speaking in the Bay Area anytime soon?
Thank you very much! I just did a couple of SPUR talks in Oakland and San Jose, but nothing planned right now. I’ll keep updating the site with new speaking events though. Thanks for your interest!