2020 Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit Presented by Cascade Bicycle Club and Washington Bikes RFP
The Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit Committee is calling for presentations and workshops for the 2020 Summit that will be held in Spokane, WA on April 26 and 27. This year's theme is Shift: from Ideas to Action.

This conference RFP seeks innovative, thought provoking, action-oriented content related to biking, walking, active transportation, disability rights and transportation justice from Washington state and beyond.

This year’s theme, Shift, represents our intent for this event to prioritize active conversations, engagement, brainstorming, skill-building and action planning. This would contrast typical summits that involve discussing transportation issues to actively working towards those solutions. This summit will be a place for caring community members, implementers and decision makers who are committed to enacting change around Washington in communities to make biking, walking and rolling safer and more accessible. The summit's theme is also based on the foundational understanding that equity work is at the center of these ideas and actions, and presentations should reflect that.

Only complete proposals will be considered for acceptance, and final presentations must include accessible formats of information, ie descriptions of visual content. If we receive multiple proposals on the same topic, we reserve the right to merge proposals. If you have any questions please email Tamar Shuhendler at tamars@cascade.org. Additionally, speakers must register and pay for the summit, but scholarships are available to ensure diversity and inclusion for all speakers

Would your employer like to sponsor this event? Email Connie Stark at connies@cascadebicycleclub.org for more information!

Deadline to submit proposals is Saturday, December 1.
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We aim to make this summit as inclusive and equitable as possible. Because of this we want to ensure that we learn from people of unique and diverse backgrounds. If you feel comfortable, please share your gender identity, ethnicity, and professional background
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