Tom Radulovich, Executive Director
Tom joined Transportation for a Livable City as executive director in June 2004. He has been an urban environmental activist since attending college at UC Berkeley, advocating for urban environmental restoration, better public transport, and the greening and revitalization of public streetscapes and open spaces. He played an important role in voter initiatives to create the Octavia Boulevard and to create a “Grand Central Station” at San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal that connects regional and intercity rail and bus lines.
He has served as an elected director of the Bay Area Rapid Transit District since 1996, where he has advocated for reinvestment and renovation of the BART system, and improving BART practices in the areas of sustainability, accessibility, customer service, architecture and urban design, and the creation of transit villages at BART stations.
Susan King, Sunday Streets Director
Susan oversees all aspects of organizing Sunday Streets, from the program’s initial events in 2008. As of this year she has led the organizing for 36 Sunday Streets events in San Francisco. Project management for this multi-faceted program requires the ability to handle multiple tasks at once, have a working knowledge city government and local policy, be able to work with members of many diverse communities, possess technical skills and organizing skills to move the program forward each year. Susan is responsible for managing a growing team of Livable City/Sunday Streets staff, interns, consultants, volunteers and committees and is directing Sunday Streets new Play Streets For All program.
Beth Byrne, Sunday Streets Program Manager
Beth Byrne joined the Livable City team as the volunteer Activity Coordinator in 2009. In 2012 she was promoted to Program Manager, with a diverse set of responsibilities for both Sunday Streets and Livable City. Beth provides essential support for Sunday Streets including graphic design, community outreach, and manage Sunday Streets’ social media. Beth serves as the primary contact for activity leaders, and is responsible for coordinating, placing and promoting the diverse line up of activities along each Sunday Streets route. Beth holds Bachelor Degrees in both Photography and Graphic Design, and has worked with a number nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area.
Liza Pratt, Sunday Streets Volunteer and Logistics Manager
Liza Pratt joined Sunday Streets team in 2012 as Volunteer Coordinator through the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (SFBC), the organization contracted by Livable City to manage Sunday Streets Volunteer Program. She joins Livable City in 2013 to take on the expanded role of Volunteer and Logistics Manager for Sunday Streets – a newly created position to oversee Sunday Streets in-house volunteer operation. Prior to her work with Sunday Streets, Liza was Program Manager for SFBC’s Great Streets Project, a two-year program designed to support and augment work on sustainable transportation projects led by City agencies and community advocates. Liza holds a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science from the University of North Carolina and has worked on a variety of sustainable transportation programs and initiatives on both coasts of the United States.
Livable City internships present rewarding opportunities to make San Francisco a more livable and sustainable city, and interns can earn class credit, develop research, writing, public speaking, and advocacy skills, and gain valuable experience for folks applying to schools or seeking careers in the transportation, planning, landscape, and environmental fields.
Livable City works directly with the people who shape city policies, from neighborhood advocates to planners, department heads, commissioners, and elected officials. Livable City internships are a great way to work directly with decision makers, and Livable City internship projects have been the catalyst for changes to official city policies, practices, and projects.
Livable City internship projects are customized to meet interns’ interests, skills, and time availability. Livable City shares an office with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and projects may involve collaboration with SFBC or partner groups such as Walk San Francisco, SPUR, Neighborhood Parks Coalition, and others. All of our internships are unpaid.
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