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February Networking Lunch with Amanda Woodall

  • February 07, 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Chicago Cultural Center
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Join WP+D for a networking brown bag on Wednesday, February 7th from 12:00PM-1:00PM to discuss professional development and career plans with this month's featured guest: Amanda Woodall, Programs Director at the Chicago Department of Transportation.

Amanda M. Woodall is the Program Director for Chicago’s Divvy bike share system at the Chicago Department of Transportation. Ms. Woodall’s focus on safety, equity, and public health stem from ten years of experience in active transportation policy and planning in both the non-profit and government sectors. Her other key initiatives and projects include Complete Streets policy development and implementation systems in multiple contexts, police enforcement policy and training, and commercial vehicle driver training to promote safety for active travel.


Please Note: This is a members-only event limited to five (5) participants. As with every WP+D Small Networking Lunch, registration is now open! Registration occurs on a first-come, first-served basis and typically fills up quickly. Attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch; food is not provided. Meetings are held in Randolph Square on the 1st Floor of the Cultural Center. Look out for one of our board members and WP+D signage.

Attendance & Cancellation Policy: We ask that members register for no more than two (2) consecutive lunches. If you have attended the past two lunches and would like to attend this event, please e-mail us at wpdchicago@gmail.com to be placed on the waitlist. If space becomes available or registration isn't full a week in advance, we will contact you. Due to the popularity of these lunches, we ask for a 48-hour cancellation notice. Failure to notify us in advance may result in a 3-month suspension from the Networking Lunch series.

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