Waffiyyah Murray

City of Philadelphia

Sector: Government

Why are you interested in being a NABSA Board Member?

I’ve been an active member of the NABSA community for the last 8 years, and I stand behind its mission of safety, access, and DEI within shared micromobility. I am the current chair of the NABSA DEI committee and have served on the NABSA conference planning committee annually helping to ensure that DEI is integrated throughout NABSA’s work. I would like to continue my service on the NABSA board to further support NABSA’s work as a led knowledge share, advocate, and resource in shared the micromobility industry while carrying forward our aligned mission of DEI.

What skills and experience would make you a good NABSA Board Member?

I am a nationally recognized expert in the realm of transportation equity and have provided technical assistance to numerous shared micromobility systems working to incorporate equity and access within their work. As a partner of the Better Bike Share Partnership Program, I work to address barriers to the use of shared micro-mobility for individuals with low income and BIPOC communities, while increasing equitable access in micromobility systems worldwide. As Indego Program Manager, for the City of Philadelphia I am responsible for oversight, planning, and management of the City of Philadelphia’s bike share program.