- Build a diverse network of people and organizations to effectively advocate for a network of Great Streets throughout Mountain View
- Plan and implement complete street designs for all ages, so everyone can walk and bike safely
- Incorporate beautiful public space as a functional element of our streets
- Promote transportation improvements that improve healthy and more active living
- Educate Mountain View residents about the benefits of Great Streets
Who We Are
Tracy is a 21-year resident of the Shoreline West neighborhood and mother of two young children. She is an advocate of safer streets which will promote independence for children and seniors and the health, happiness, and well-being of the community. Tracy is currently Director of Product Management at @WalmartLabs.
Thida is a 17-year resident of Mountain View and mother of two children. She is a passionate advocate of accessibility for all including children, seniors, and the disabled. She has served on the Mountain View Parks and Recreation Commission and Urban Forestry Board since 2009. She is on the Stevenson Elementary School Site Council and Mountain View Whisman School District Parcel Tax Oversight Committee. She also served on the board of Canine Companions for Independence from whom she has a service dog.
Jessica is a Mountain View High School parent who volunteers with the MVHS Carbon-Free Commute Committee. She supports great street designs that enable everyone to bike and walk safely.
Winona is a Mountain View resident and passionate bicycle educator, advocate and rider. She’s a trained urban cycling instructor who believes “Cycling is for everyone” and has taught kids 3 – 75 years old how to ride a bike for the first time, handling skills and how to navigate traffic. She has volunteered hundreds of hours for advocacy and education. Her efforts include: attending city council, SVBC, BPAC meetings, phone banks, creating/leading Kidical Mass Silicon Valley, working school education programs, taking cycling education classes and, of course, leading bike rides!
Jarrett is passionate about strong neighborhoods built on a foundation of great public spaces. As a core member of the Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning, he has worked hard to advocate for urban design in new construction. He promotes policies that support increased transit use, and provide safe space for biking and walking. Jarrett is excited to be working on a project to bring safer, more livable streets to his community.
Jennifer is a Mountain View resident, mother of a Stevenson Elementary School student, and Doctor of Internal Medicine at Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara. She believes prevention is preferable to treatment and encourages everyone to eat well, maintain a healthy weight, exercise and control the stress in life. She believes Great Streets promote a healthier and more active life for everyone in our community.