A Safe Routes to School grant from WisDOT allows for renewed staff to implement bike and ped safety programs in Dane County.
HELLO WISCONSIN! Please welcome to the team Caitlin Hussey and Elizabeth Quirmbach!
They both are excited to be engaged and supporting schools in Dane County to make walking and biking more safe, convenient, and fun! In addition to their Safe Routes to School work they will also be hosting some education events this fall based at the the Saris repair stands that were installed as part of a Madison Community Foundation grant. As these events and more info comes out stay tuned to our social media channels and e-newsletter for more info!
Wait there is more! This fall we will also be offering Bike Valet at UW Badgers football games. So safely ride to the game, park your bike under our supervision and know it is in good hands while you enjoy the game.
In addition to Caitlin and Elizabeth our other Madison staff, Alesha Emmert, Government Affairs Manager and Leilani Robertson-Hoyt, Membership Specialist, we now plan to have more presence at events around Madison in the coming years.
Caitlin enjoys combining her background in education and her love for the outdoors to encourage others to choose walking and rolling as means of transportation. She is enthusiastic about engaging with the community, bike commuting, and spending time on the water.Caitlin, MAdison Education end Engagement Programs MAnager
I’m Elizabeth and I’m the new Education and Engagement Programs Assistant in Madison. I’m from Tosa, but have been mostly living in Madison for over a decade. I enjoy touring cycling and have been doing that for at least a week a summer since I was 13, minus 2020.Elizabeth Quirmbach, Education and Engagement Programs ASSistant