The Parking Reform Network is lead by a volunteer Board of Directors who are advised by an Advisory Board.
Board of Directors
Tony Jordan – President
Tony Jordan is the founder and president of the Parking Reform Network. Tony has been organizing for parking reforms for 7 years and was the founder of Portlanders for Parking Reform. Tony has a BA in Politics from UC Santa Cruz and has worked as a union organizer and software developer.
Tony is passionate about parking and is a regular speaker at regional and national conferences. Tony writes about parking at The Parking Minute.
As a Senior Planner at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), Lindsaydeveloped a Parking toolkit to help local municipalities deploy parking management strategiesin their downtowns. She has managed a variety of local projects from downtown Aurora’sMaster Plan to UIC’s Multimodal Transportation Plan, as well as several parking managementstudies and local active transportation plans.
Michael Kwan currently works as a Transportation Planner at KFH Group in the Washington DC area. He is a recent graduate of the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy with a Master in City and Regional Planning. As a student, Michael produced research exploring the rationale and factors for parking policies and reforms in New Jersey. Previously, Michael served on the nonprofit board of directors for the Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership.
Jane Wilberding, AICP has managed and led parking, curbside management, and transportation demand management projects across the country. Her expertise lies in developing parking strategies and polices that are data driven and community guided to achieve the goals of the community, whether they are economic development, social equity, sustainability, or quality-of-life. Jane has helped clients throughout the country achieve these goals through restructuring their parking rate to be demand-based, adopting parking minimum/maximums requirements, integrating new mobility technology, implementing parking cash out programs, and other programs which optimize their existing assets in the short-term and create more walkable, vibrant neighborhoods in the long-term. Jane received a 40 under 40 award from ACT (the Association of Commuter Transportation), is a board member of WTS Greater Chicago, serves on ITEs parking standing committee, and is involved in a variety of other local transportation committees. She has an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies and Business from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and a Master of Urban Planning and Policy (MUPP) from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
We are recruiting and formalizing our Advisory Board. If you are interested in applying for a position on this board, review the responsibilities and duties, which has instructions on applying.