By Stefani Cox
Waffiyyah Murray isn’t new to bike share equity, but she’s been making big strides lately within the field.
We checked in with her to find out what it’s like to move from local to national work, and why improving public accessibility is one of her biggest professional goals.
You’ve seen a lot of career movement over the past year — tell us a little about where you started and where you find yourself now.
Sure. First, I was the education programs manager at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, where I focused on education and outreach programming.