Dr. Andrea Broaddus is a transportation policy expert focused on managing the demand for travel through behavioral incentives and land use practices. She has published articles on road pricing and transit-oriented development and has served as a lecturer at UC Berkeley and San Jose State since 2010. She currently works as a Research Scientist for Ford, in Palo Alto. Other private sector experience includes research on future mobility topics for Robert Bosch LLC and as a planning practitioner with Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates. Dr Broaddus has also worked in non-profit advocacy on local and state transportation policy in Madison, WI, and federal policy in Washington, DC. Her research on European transportation policy and practice led to year-long fellowships in Hamburg, Germany, and London, England. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Masters of Public Policy / Urban Planning from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a PhD in Transportation Planning from UC Berkeley.