Transport Oakland is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors who are charged with:
- Creating and maintaining a policy platform to support improved transportation options in and around Oakland;
- Carrying out any other duties needed to manage the ongoing operation of the organization.
- Anwar Baroudi
- Kevin Dalley
- Megan Imperial
Ajah joins after settling down in the East Bay. They bring a fierce passion for the intersection of environmental action and equitable transportation. Ajah has experience with research, capacity building, volunteer management, data analysis, in the non-profit sector. Ajah loves discovering the landscapes the Bay Area has to offer on their steel bike.
Kuan Butts has been involved in Transport Oakland as a Board member since 2022. In addition, he has helped organize Traffic Violence Rapid Response since its formation that same year. Through both efforts, Kuan seeks to bring attention to the tragic costs of inadequate street safety, as well as how transit system design can either amplify or mitigate those conditions.
Warren Logan is an Oakland resident with a strong history of public service and community engagement. Warren has worked in several public agencies including the City of Berkeley’s Transportation Division managing parking and travel demand management, the City and County of San Francisco managing shared mobility policy, and the Mayor’s Office of Oakland managing local, regional and state transportation policy. Personally, Warren enjoys riding his electric bike around Oakland, playing with his corgi QE and German Shepherd Frankie, and spending time with friends. Warren received his Master’s in City and Regional Planning from UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design in 2013 and his B.A. in Urban and Environmental Policy from Occidental College in 2011.
Natalie is a proud Oakland resident who is always striving to embrace creativity, especially around how we can make our streets safer. She loves meeting others and finds a great way to do so is by asking people what they envision for fun, livable public streets. When she isn’t running around Lake Merritt or reading a book, you might spot her in a bright yellow vest, examining water pipe configurations in the greater East Bay.