Mpact Champions support the next generation of our work.
They help us reach new audiences, build new partnerships and develop innovative programming.
The launch of Mpact: Mobility, Community, Possibility is a vital moment of renewal. Building on our 25-year legacy of success (as Rail~Volution) and harnessing the energy of our new identity, Mpact is poised to engage an ever more diverse, inclusive set of partners working on multi-modal transportation, land use, and community development.
We are living in unprecedented times: the urgent call for racial justice, continuing impacts of the pandemic, pressures of climate change and significant federal investment in infrastructure are all mandates to build a better tomorrow: one that is just, resilient, and strong. Leaders of all kinds—from public and private sector innovators to community activists, non-profit visionaries, and funders — are recognizing it’s time for renewed commitment and fresh approaches.
Mpact is already uniquely positioned – and respected – as a cross-sector collaborator and convener. We will use this expertise, network and vision to foster a new paradigm for strong transit-oriented communities. The support of Mpact Champions enables us to meet this moment and strengthen our impact in communities across North America.
If you are interested in being an Mpact Champion, please contact Tamar Shapiro, CEO, Mpact: Mobility, Community, Possibility.
Thank you Mpact Champions:
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