Meet Stephanie, our new Vision Zero Coalition Manager!
Hey, y’all, my name is Stephanie Tulowetzke and I’m extremely excited to be joining WABA as the new Vision Zero Coalition Manager!
My social work education is the basis for the core values informing my work: the dignity and worth of all people, the importance of human relationships, and social justice. I first got involved in community organizing when I was in grad school, which led to me doing advocacy work full-time. I’ve organized local and national campaigns to stop climate change, those in favor of local affordable housing advocacy, and national voter engagement/education.
My path to transportation advocacy is simple and personal. While i grew up in Northern Virginia, I’ve been in DC since 2018 and navigate the city mainly via transit and walking. I love the DC region and the people that live here, and watching the number of traffic fatalities increase over the last few years feels personal. I want to be able to safely get to wherever I want or need to in the region, and I want everyone else to be able to do the same, no matter what transportation mode they’re using.
I am so thrilled to be involved with WABA’s transportation and safe streets advocacy, and am looking forward to jumping in. Feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to connect, or if you have any thoughts or ideas you’d like to share on Vision Zero and safe streets.