Anthony Armstrong provides planning, support and technical assistance for non-profits, foundations, local governments and coalitions on issues related to equitable development and community revitalization policy, projects and programs. Anthony combines evidence-based research and meaningful stakeholder engagement with hands-on experience in physical, economic and organizational planning and development. Read Anthony’s bio here.
Justin Booth is an expert in creating livable streets and vibrant communities. He founded and directs Buffalo’s bicycle advocacy organization and also chairs the city’s bicycle pedestrian advisory board. He has authored numerous policy and planning documents addressing livability and bicycle / pedestrian infrastructure and access, and has helped communities across New York and beyond examine, critique and plan for streets that increase activity and safety for all users. Read Justin’s bio here.
Erin Heaney is an accomplished strategist, organizer, trainer, educator and advocate for social, racial, economic and environmental justice. Erin’s deep commitment to inclusive and equitable communities guided her groundbreaking work in Buffalo and has taken her across the country to work with and help develop organizations, initiatives and campaigns. Read Erin’s bio here.