Margo Dawes works at the Seattle Department of Transportation as a strategic advisor on new mobility, data, and equity. Her work includes advancing strong racial equity framing and engagement strategies for the new mobility program, leading data management for the city’s free-floating bike share program, and collaborating with regional transit agencies and other stakeholders on shared pilot evaluation metrics. She believes in conducting pilots that are designed to advance the city’s racial equity and climate action goals and that produce measurable results. Prior to joining SDOT, Margo worked with the U.S. Department of Transportation as a planner and researcher at the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. Margo has a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering and planning and a Master in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.