You’re invited! The MAST Annual Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 11th from 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the HCS Conference Room located at 312 Marlboro Street in Keene, NH. This event is an opportunity to:
- Celebrate recent accomplishments in the region,
- Learn about the MAST’s focus for the upcoming year, and
- Connect with organizations and individuals working to implement sustainable transportation solutions in the Monadnock Region.
The program will begin with networking and light refreshments. To register, click here.
This year, the event will feature two guest speakers:
- Phil Goff is a Senior Planning Associate with Alta Planning + Design. He brings 18 years of urban design and pedestrian and bicycle facility planning experience to his work. Since 2009, he has managed Alta’s Cambridge office and has overseen planning and design projects throughout the Northeast. These projects include managing pedestrian and bicycle master planning projects in communities large and small, greenway corridor studies, complete streets plans, streetscape design projects, and bike share system master plans. His sincere passion for making cities and towns more lively, walkable, bike-friendly, and sustainable places represents a common theme in his work.
- Tiffany Mannion is the Bicycle Mayor of Keene, New Hampshire and the first Bicycle Mayor in the United States. She is a LAB Certified Cycling Instructor and a passionate two-wheeled commuter and explorer. In the world of cycling and social media, she is perhaps better known as bellecycle. She has ridden over 5600 miles since 2016 in eight different countries. Her two-year term as Bicycle Mayor will focus on three community-wide goals established with the support of MAST: Education, Connection, and Creation. She has been featured in Rails to Trails Magazine and was an Ibex Advocate in the spring of 2017. Follow Tiffany online at bicyclemayorofkeene.com.
You will also learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities and ways to get involved. Stay tuned for more details!
The MAST annual meeting is free to attend, however registration is required. To register, click here.