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Friday, September 15 • 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Roundtable - Bikes as a Tool in Public Health Interventions LIMITED

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Whether people are riding for transportation or recreation, biking is a great way for people to get exercise. In this roundtable discussion, we’ll talk about how bike advocates, transportation planners, and the health community can collaborate to improve biking for the sake of improving public health and wellbeing.

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Kyle Hatch

Project Manager, New York Bicycling Coalition
Kyle joined NYBC in January of 2016. He is currently a graduate student at SUNY Albany’s Master in Urban and Regional Planning program. Prior to his role with NYBC, he studied medical anthropology at SUNY Albany with a focus on the wide variety of ways that the built environment... Read More →
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Jamie Konkoski

Community Development Director, Village of Saranac Lake
Jamie is currently the Community Development Director for the Village of Saranac Lake. Prior to taking on that position, Jamie was the program manager for the North Country Healthy Heart Network’s physical activity and nutrition programs from 2007-2017.  She has facilitated the creation of several community coalitions for the purposes of prioritizing and implementing strategic interventions to address two of the main causes of chronic disease... Read More →
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Scott MacRae MD

President, Rochester Cycling Alliance
Scott lived in bike friendly Portland, Oregon for 17 years, then moved to Rochester, NY in 2000 where he promotes the health, safety, and economic benefits of biking as the President of the Rochester Cycling Alliance.

Friday September 15, 2017 4:30pm - 5:15pm

Attendees (15)