Sessions Recordings and Presentations
Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Courtney Williams Keynote
Bicycling advocacy consultant Courtney Williams, The Brown Bike Girl, partners with institutions to increase bicycling access and adoption within communities of color, and bicycling education for all.
Williams is a uniquely talented specialist at combining social interest programming and cycling, and is passionate about sharing the solutions that embracing bicycle presents to the challenges faced by inner city Black and Brown populations. Her company’s projects have ranged from developing and hosting educational events for youth and families, keynote speaking, and long distance bike tour project coordination in addition to traditional bike ride leadership activity and organizational training. She is an urban planner and a League Cycling Instructor.
GDOT Safety Programs
Sam Harris, State Safety Program Manager and Jack Aninnos, Bicycle and Pedestrian Engineer at the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Friday, Sept. 18, 2020
We will paused our Summit mid-day and encourage participants to join this webinar featuring former Georgia Bike Summit keynote Charles Brown moderating a great panel that includes former Georgia Bikes staff member and Civil Bikes‘ Nedra Deadwyler. This webinar is brought to us by Decatur, Georgia-based National Association of Chronic Disease Directors:
Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Physical Activity in the Black Community
National priorities for increasing physical activity to improve health do not address the needs and specific barriers experienced by Black and Indigenous People of Color. This moderated panel presentation will explore these barriers and offer strategies for ensuring racial equity and justice in efforts to increase physical activity.
Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020
The Georgia Bike Summit is offered in partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation.