As the Outreach Coordinator Alex focuses his efforts on enhancing mobility options for small to medium sized businesses and property managers through consultation, engagement, and education. Alex also assists with the coordination of the Seattle Bicycle Friendly Business Network to increase awareness and exposure for businesses in support of people on bikes. Originally from California, Alex obtained his degree in the Environmental Science from Oregon State University. He began his career researching the forests and streams of the Pacific Northwest and now enjoys focusing on the streets and businesses of Seattle. Alex commutes via bus.
Kevin manages Commute Seattle’s parking program and marketing efforts. He previously worked for United Way of Snohomish County, Pike Market Senior Center and Food Bank, and WithinReach. He has a BA from the University of Washington and an MPA from the University of North Dakota. Kevin moved a lot while growing up, attending 12 different schools by the ninth grade. Most of his childhood was in Seattle, but he also lived in Florida, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, and North Carolina. As an adult, he’s lived in Nicaragua and South Korea. He loves to play guitar, ride great transit in new places, and be on the water or in the mountains.
As Marketing and Events Specialist Heidi maintains the website and social media presence at Commute Seattle. She manages marketing, communications, and organizes large commuter outreach events like Bikes and Bagels. Before working in transportation, Heidi consulted with businesses on their sustainability planning and ran her own specialty food business. Heidi commutes by bus and bike.
Kendle works with small businesses in downtown Seattle to develop and analyze transportation programming specific to their needs. She also works with King County Metro to provide outreach and marketing for the ORCA Business Passport program, as well as assist customers through the signup process. She enjoys a multi-modal commute and either rides the bus or bikes to work.
Billy works with Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) affected companies located outside of Downtown to fulfill their survey and reporting requirements. After growing up in Wisconsin and studying political science at the University of Minnesota, Billy moved to Seattle in 2009 and immediately knew he was in the right place. A self-described transit nerd, Billy came to Commute Seattle after working on dozens of political campaigns across the state, and in Olympia during the legislative session. Billy commutes by bike, light rail, and bus.