Meet the Creators
She currently serves as the co-director of the UC Davis Environmental Justice Leaders Program and is an Adjunct Professor at University of Southern California instructing in the Sol Price School of Public Policy on Transportation and Technology.
Transportation is Mobility and Mobility is Freedom. With key advances in technology we have the ability to drastically improve mobility for millions creating opportunities and access.
Talbott has held positions in both the public and private sector. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from SUNY Stony Brook, a Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law, and Certification in Federal Executive Leadership from American University.
Lisa brings this passion to Solutions 4 New Mobility Education, where all forms of mobility are considered. As a mother, Lisa knows the challenges parents face when considering the decision of how to travel safely and how to prepare for a teenage driver! The vision of Solutions 4 New Mobility Education is a public that is made safer by understanding new forms of sustainable mobility, which increases adoption and leads to a more equitable, environmentally sustainable transportation ecosystem.
Lisa has been featured by Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Monica Motivates, and Wells Fargo and is an alumni of USC EdTech Accelerator, The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Diverse Business Executive Program, Israel Innovation Academy, and WBEC-WEST Platinum Supplier Program.
Princess Karibo is a self-taught illustrator from Nigeria. She enjoys bringing ideas to life by painting them. Most of her work focuses on bringing representation and giving Black women a voice.
Princess collaborates on children’s books and hopes that her illustrations will influence young girls to see themselves as so much more.
Jacqueline Ramos is dedicated to promoting knowledge of safe, equitable transportation and new mobility technologies to the next generation and the public at-large.