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Longtime Executive Director of Circulate San Diego Leaving Organization

San Diego County CA— It is with great gratitude that Circulate San Diego announces the departure of our executive director Jim Stone. Policy Counsel Colin Parent will serve as interim executive director beginning July 21, 2017. Parent is also a member of the La Mesa City Council.

Stone is leaving Circulate San Diego far stronger as an organization, and we know he will thrive in his next endeavor at the Elementary Institute of Science.

Under Jim’s leadership, Circulate San Diego has accomplished much:

  • The City of San Diego adopted a Vision Zero strategy to end traffic fatalities
  • We have advised nearly every City in the region on transportation policy and planning
  • We succeeded in our campaign to get the Metropolitan Transportation System to adopt Stored Value for the Compass Card
  • Circulate San Diego has trained thousands of school children on bicycle and pedestrian safety
  • Our advocacy efforts have helped spur policy for affordable development near transit
  • We developed the Regional Walk Scorecard that rates how well San Diego County’s 18 cities are improving walkability

Circulate San Diego is also welcoming two current and former staff members into new roles within our organization. Current staff member Colin Parent will serve as interim executive director and former staff member Maya Rosas is rejoining Circulate as advocacy manager. Rosas comes from the Atlantis Group, one of the region’s leading land use consulting and entitlement firms.

To celebrate Jim Stone’s accomplishments, Circulate San Diego is organizing a summer membership drive. For a small contribution (or a large one!), San Diego residents can help ensure that Circulate San Diego maintains our ability to advocate for transportation choices in the San Diego region. Membership can be purchased at Circulate San Diego’s website: http://www.circulatesd.org/membership.

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