New Jersey Safe Routes to School Resource Center Staff:
|Name: Leigh Ann Von Hagen AICP/PP
Title: Senior Research Specialist
Ms. Von Hagen joined the Voorhees Transportation Center in July 2004 to work on the NJ Pedestrian and Bicycle Resource Project. Ms. Von Hagen came from The RBA Group in Morristown, NJ, where she served as project manager for the Safe Routes to School program for New Jersey. Previously, she worked in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Group of Urbitran Associates, Inc., and was a transportation planner at Louis Berger & Associates, Inc. Ms. Von Hagen received her Bachelor of Science degree from Cook College at Rutgers.
|Name: Sean Meehan
Title: Project Manager
Mr. Meehan joined the staff at the Voorhees Transportation Center in January 2008 and works in the area of pedestrian and bicycle mobility and safety. He is a graduate of the Bloustein School at Rutgers University, receiving a Master of City and Regional Planning in May 2007 and a Bachelor of Science degree from Cook College in 2002. In addition to completing his MCRP degree, Sean worked for the past five years as transportation planner and program coordinator for Keep Middlesex Moving transportation management association based in New Brunswick, NJ.
|Name: Trish Sanchez
Title: Project Coordinator
Trish joined the Voorhees Transportation Center (VTC) staff in October 2011 and is a project coordinator for the Safe Routes to School Resource Center. She has and continues to perform a number of research projects for Safe Routes since joining VTC and manages communications and the website for the New Jersey Safe Routes to School Resource Center. Trish has a background in Marketing and holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from Columbia University.
|Name: Catherine Bull
Title: Research Project Coordinator
Catherine is a Research Project Coordinator at the Voorhees Transportation Center. She is currently working with the New Jersey Safe Routes to School Resource Center on the development of a statewide school crossing guard training program. She has a background in historic preservation and planning and holds a Masters in City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University.
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