By: TFN Staff

Funders focused on mobility and access know that investing in people power is one of the most effective ways to influence policy and practice, redirect funding and carve out street space for sustainable modes of transportation.

Join us for the latest in our Power Forward webinar series, Power for Policy: Mobility and Access Advocacy, at 3 p.m. ET April 23.

Four funders will share the strategies, successes and the proverbial bumps in the road encountered as they help non-profits develop sustainable funding models, accelerate progress and maintain enthusiasm in a landscape that needs long-term commitment. You’ll hear firsthand stories stories, learn some practical tips and gain clarity on philanthropy’s role in this complex work. The webinar includes time for Q & A, so please feel free to submit questions in advance when you register.

Power for Policy: Mobility and Access Advocacy

April 23 at 3 p.m. ET
Register here


David Bragdon, Executive Director, TransitCenter
Elizabeth Love, Senior Program Officer, Houston Endowment
John Mitterholzer, Senior Program Officer for the Environment, George Fund Foundation
Neelima Shah, Program Officer, Bullitt Foundation


Martha Roskowski, TFN Program Consultant

Please register for this funder-only webinar by April 19 to receive log-in details.

Catch up on the series!

Have you missed a Power Forward webinar? Audio recordings of our webinars are available for download:

February 13: Power for Policy: Restoring Inclusive Democracy

March 13: Power for Policy: Shared Prosperity & Inclusive Economies

April 10: Power for Policy: Media, Messaging & the News

About TFN’s Power Forward series

As part of TFN’s 20th Anniversary in 2019, we’re hosting a series of deep-dive webinars that examine how philanthropy can leverage its collective power across a range of critical issues: policy work, sustainability efforts, economic prosperity, and supporting equity and inclusion in grantmaking. This month we wrap up the Power for Policy installment of the Power Forward series. Stay tuned for future Power Forward installments focused on climate, prosperity and equitable practice.