Grace Tuschak, AICP
As Georgia Bikes Planning Manager, Grace works to transform the future of transportation decision-making and funding in Georgia. This includes overseeing local and state-level planning projects and stakeholder engagement, supporting local bike-walk organizations, maintaining and mapping local- and state-level data sets, and providing guidance and education on both policy matters and bike-walk safety.
Grace’s previous experience in public-sector planning, development code reform, and technical analysis supports Georgia Bikes’s work with both community and governmental partners. She is an AICP-certified planner with a master’s in city and regional planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a bachelor’s in political science from Furman University. Grace is a recreational cyclist who enjoys biking through her hometown of Athens, where she currently lives with her husband and their daughter, dog, and many thousands of honeybees.