Session Recording

Anthony Harris
Anthony Harris
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Panelist List

  • Adam Spiker moved to Denver to attend the Colorado School of Mines in 2014. He has been living in the Denver Metro area since. Adam has multiple years of traffic engineering experience. Generally, Adam rides his bike to get groceries, commute to work, go to the gym, and meet up with his friends. He joins us today as both a technical expert and a concerned local. 
  • Chris Harlan lives near and frequently bikes through the crash location and helped our group of Denver enthusiasts with the crash selection process. Chris currently works to protect investors at an organization which oversees the securities industry. He has been passionate about urban design and architecture for all of his adult life. Chris found out about Strong Towns almost a decade ago when Chuck Marohn appeared as a guest on his favorite economics podcast. Chris heard about and joined the Denver Local Conversation group earlier this year.
  • Nam Henderson also lives near the crash location. Nam currently works in healthcare informatics; he is a friend of many architects and a lover of design. Over the years, Nam has participated in multiple advisory boards concerned with redevelopment and environmental protections. Nam is currently serving his third term as the District 8 Representative for the Greater Park Hill Community Regional Neighborhood Organization. Since living in Denver, he has also been a member of the Congress Park Neighbors RNO and their Green Team. When he isn’t volunteering with the Greater Park Hill Community food pantry and sustainability programs, you can find Nam working with other local nonprofits such as Historic Denver and Walk Denver, which is now known as Denver Streets Partnership.
  • Chuck Marohn is the president and founder of Strong Towns, a civil engineer and author of the book Confessions of a Recovering Engineer: Transportation for a Strong Town. He developed the initial idea for the Crash Analysis Studio. 

What additional information is included in the attachments? 

  • Denver Crash Presentation - PDF version of the Powerpoint from session recording
  • A copy of the session's transcript
  • A copy of the speed data information 

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