WTS San Francisco Bay Area

Mailing Address
1714 Franklin Street #100-146
Oakland, CA 94612-3409

WTS Job Hunt Workshop Series:  Part 1: Resumes (11/21/19)

Wonder what employers are looking for in a resume? Want to make your resume stand out? Join the WTS Student & Younger Members group for a resume workshop and have your resume reviewed by professionals in the field. Transportation professionals from public, private, and non-profit sectors will work with participants in small groups to provide individual feedback to help perfect your resume.
This is the first event in a three-part WTS Job Hunt Workshop Series focused on students and younger members. Stay tuned for Part 2: Interviews and Part 3: Negotiations in 2020.

Space is limited. Your RSVP + resume is required by November 13th to confirm your spot.

  • Marielle Cuison, Assistant Engineer, OakDOT

  • Huma Husain, Senior Transportation Planner, Fehr & Peers

  • Linda Morris, Senior Transportation Planner, AC Transit

  • Audrey Shiramizu, Transportation Planner, Arup

DATE:            Thursday, November 21, 2019

WHEN:           5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
                       Networking 5:30 PM - 5:45 PM
                       Workshop begins promptly at 5:45 PM

WHERE:        Arup Oakland, 1330 Broadway, 13th Floor, Oakland
COST:           Free for students and WTS members
Light dinner provided. Space is limited.

RSVP via this Google Form (includes uploading your resume) by November 13th.

Please direct questions to Allison Quach at allisonq@gmail.com.

Public Transit Access
Arup Oakland is conveniently located next to the 12th Street Oakland BART station. Plan your trip using the “Trip Planner” accessed at 511.org


WTS Monterey Bay: Mobility – Where Would You Like To Go?

Date And Time

Thu, December 5, 2019

5:30 PM – 8:00 PM PST


15 Lincoln Ave

15 Lincoln Avenue

Salinas, CA 9390

Visit the state-of-the art Monterey Salinas Transit (MST) Mobility Services Center and learn about mobility assistance options.

About this Event

The Monterey Bay Area Programs Committee for the WTS San Francisco Bay Area Chapter is excited to host an event at the Monterey Salinas Transit (MST) Mobility Services Center, located at 15 Lincoln Avenue in Salinas, CA.

Come to see the Center, network with fellow transportation professionals and hear from a panel of speakers about mobility services that provide a variety of travel options to allow all travelers to participate fully in their communities. The Center was funded by Measure Q, a local 1/8-cent sales tax for transportation services to benefit seniors, persons with disabilities, and veterans. The Center offers RIDES eligibility certification, services for travel training, taxi vouchers, TRIPs, and the Navigator volunteer program.

AICP credits: 1.5

Moderator: Cristy Sugabo, MST’s Mobility Services Manager

Ms. Sugabo is a Salinas resident for 28 years and has worked for Monterey Salinas Transit for 14 years. Her role at MST is to plan, implement, coordinate, monitor and evaluate specialized MST transportation programs for seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. She has a team of six wonderful, and hardworking Mobility staff. Outside her professional life Ms. Sugabo enjoys hiking, singing karaoke, and being a mother to a 16-year old son.



Jennifer Cline, MST Navigator Program Volunteer

Jennifer is one of the volunteers for Monterey-Salinas Transit Navigator Program. She regularly rides the MST bus system and aids other riders as needed, answering questions about MST bus lines and providing directions. Jennifer is trained to help individuals with limited bus-riding experience to encourage them to ride the bus safely and independently. She has also worked alongside MST staff at the community centers and outreach events to promote riding the MST bus system and provide information on MSTs Mobility programs. Jennifer's personal statement is available here: http://bit.ly/JenniferCline.

Jessica McKillip, ITN Monterey County Executive Director

A graduate from California State University, Monterey Bay with a dual major in Public Health & Social Work, Jessica has worked in the nonprofit sector since 2006 operating local farmers markets, expanding a healthy eating education program in local after-school programs, & operating a business district with numerous committee projects in historic Oldtown Salinas. Jessica has volunteered with the Marina Chamber of Commerce, Salinas Valley Food & Wine Festival, and Monterey Young Professionals Group. Jessica is excited to be at the helm of an organization changing the way transportation looks and feels for seniors and visually impaired adults. Independent Transportation Network (ITN) Monterey County provides a community-based, and community supported, economically viable and consumer-oriented, quality transportation service for seniors and visually impaired adults.



Following the mobility center tour and panel discussion, the group will walk to a nearby restaurant for networking and dinner.