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- Biki Leaks
- Adopt a Biki
Todd Boulanger, Executive Director
Boulanger has more than 20 years of experience in transportation planning and mobility consultation with a special focus on designing complete streets, researching transportation trends, parking operations, operating bike transit hubs, and marketing mobility services. Most recently, Boulanger served as the VP of Operations and Facility Design for Bikestation and its facilities nationwide. Prior to Bikestation, Boulanger was Alta Planning and Design’s Deputy Project Manager for the Abu Dhabi Pedestrian Safety Action Plan that developed roadway safety audits, countermeasures and best policies for over 150 pedestrian high-frequency crash sites. Boulanger was originally recruited from The State of Hawaii by the City of Vancouver where he served as the senior transportation planner for the City’s then new Neighborhood Safety & Livability program within its Transportation Services section. Boulanger served in the US Peace Corps Philippines as a volunteer and technical trainer for Local Development Planning. Boulanger is a graduate of the Urban of Regional Planning Program at UH Manoa.
Justine Espiritu, Grants and Program Manager
Justine Espiritu earned her Bachelor of Arts in Historical and Political Studies and Psychology from Chaminade University and a Masters of Arts in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ms. Espiritu has worked on clean transportation projects relating to electric vehicles, biodiesel, diesel retrofits, and bikeshare with Federal, State, nonprofit, and industry stakeholders in Hawaii since 2010. Ms. Espiritu oversaw the Kailua based pilot bikeshare project, helping a team of stakeholders develop a bikeshare system framework to be expanded statewide, and has developed proposals for capital improvement, community outreach, and program funding, focusing on bringing the community-building benefits of bikeshare to urban Honolulu. Integrating Biki as an efficient and fun travel option within the existing transportation system is the heart of Ms. Espiritu’s efforts to improve Hawaii’s quality of life.
Kelsey Colpitts, Marketing and Communications Manager
Kelsey Colpitts earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies and Economics from St. Lawrence University. She is currently the marketing and communications manager for Bikeshare Hawaii where she is responsible for developing and executing communications programs that build ridership and strengthen relationships with the Honolulu community. Prior to joining Bikeshare Hawaii, Colpitts served as the marketing and public relations coordinator of West Maui Greenway Alliance where she promoted and helped launch the organization’s first annual Earth Day event. Before that she was the marketing specialist for the Massachusetts-based non-profit Center for EcoTechnology (CET) where she assisted with planning and delivering a range of marketing and communications projects to support CET’s goals of helping people and businesses save energy and reduce waste.