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(Cat)walking for a Cause! Scholarship Fundraiser with Top Transportation Professionals

Please join the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS-Sacramento) for the Inaugural FASHION SHOW FUNDRAISER to support the organization’s scholarship program for female students entering the transportation profession! Lauren Michele, along with transportation public agency directors and private firm CEOs will be showcasing local Sacramento fashion boutiques at this event, reception, and silent auction — Fox 40 News Morning Anchor, Bethany Crouch, and City of Sacramento’s DOT Director Jerry Way will be our Mistress/Master of Ceremonies.

Last Chance to RSVP for the Transportation Event of the Year!

Don’t miss your chance to see former and current Caltrans Directors and transportation CEOs showcasing their pedestrian moves on the catwalk!  Walking for a cause has never been more entertaining and this special event is directed at benefiting the next generation of transportation leaders.

MODEL LINE-UP:
Will Kempton, Karla Sutliff, Malcolm Dougherty, Sharon Scherzinger, Celia McAdam, Matt Carpenter, Mike Penrose, Andre Boutros, Kiana Buss, Tom Zlotkowski, Katie Carr, Liz Diamond, Melissa Jones, Randy Clyde, Felicia Strati, Dennis Haglan, Emir Macari, Mike Higgins, Rob Himes, Cheryl Creson, Diane Nakano, Carl Haack, and Lauren Michele

What better way to celebrate Policy in Motion’s 3rd Birthday than in style Cruising the Catwalk with transportation “Makers and Shakers” to support the next generation of leaders!

More details on the WTS-Sacramento Event Page

By Lauren Michele

In a time where transportation policy efforts are pointing toward economic, environmental and equitable stewardship, Lauren Michele - Founder and Author of Policy in Motion - offers combined knowledge as a practicing transportation planning consultant and sustainable policy analyst who works on connecting federal and state legislative priorities with local and regional implementation.

Lauren Michele crafts and implements transportation projects and regulatory frameworks which work toward complete community sustainability and people-oriented development - facilitating access to affordable living near quality jobs, food, schools and health services. A graduate of the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and researcher with the University's Urban Land Use and Transportation Center, Ms. Michele's background extends from in-classroom teaching of undergraduate courses in transportation policy to experiential learning while living and researching multi-modal transportation planning in Europe.

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