Dr. Shelley Francis: Making Good on Micromobility’s Promise of Community

2/5/21 Justice-centered transportation policy needs to expand the lens to include forms of transportation like mircromobility. For communities with transportation deficits – like first/last mile gaps and unreliable public transportation – offering intermediate forms of transportation can bring huge relief. The focus with micromobility is now expanding these options into underserved, BIPOC communities with the…

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Women In Electric Vehicles — Leading Women In The Industry Talk About Their Experiences

CleanTechnica interviewed four leading women in the electric vehicle space to discuss how the industry reflects their values and passions – and how the industry lacks in gender and racial diversity. Featured in the article are Dr. Shelley Francis, co-founder and director of EVHybridNoire; Erika Myers, Global Senior Manager at the World Resources Institute; Sabrina…

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