Sasha Berger is a Program Associate at NACTO, where she liaises with a network of transportation leaders and practitioners on critical issues in city transportation to develop and coordinate the annual Designing Cities conference. Sasha also launched, curates, and manages the NACTO webinar series, and supports Leadership NACTO, a new leadership development fellowship for city transportation officials.
In 2017, Sasha was selected as an Emerging Leader in Transportation by the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation. Previously, Sasha has worked as an Environmental Consultant and GIS Analyst for the Washington University Interdisciplinary Environmental Law Clinic; served as the Director of an undergraduate orientation program on city cycling and green space; and worked as an employment discrimination Paralegal at Wigdor, LLP. Sasha holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis, focusing on the intersection of built environment and public health.
Outside of NACTO, Sasha can be found eagerly sorting through her weekly CSA box, singing with the Greenwich Village Chamber Singers, or zooming around on bike share.