Corinne Jachelski

Transportation affects nearly everyone’s life in some way every day. I am passionately curious about the intersections between health, sustainability, quality of life, and social justice in the built environment. I love exploring places by foot and by bike, and hope to inspire others to notice more in their surroundings by creating livable places that connect us back to community and nature.


Corinne graduated from Clark University with a B.A. in Geography and M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy. For her Masters research, she conducted a bike share feasibility study for Worcester, MA. Corinne has experience in both the private planning sector and the federal government, serving as a Public Lands Transportation Fellow, which provides federal land management agencies with transportation professionals who assist in transportation planning and implementation to help public lands reduce traffic, congestion, and pollution while improving visitor experiences. Corinne has a strong background in GIS analysis and data visualization, as well as broad knowledge of sustainability, transportation, and open space and land use planning.