employment concentrations and worker travel patterns, and serves on several interagency committees. Prior to joining METRO, he worked as a transportation consultant with RSM Services. Sanders earned a B.S. in business administration from Wayne State University and an M.S. in transportation planning and management from Texas Southern University.

James Stark is an epidemiologist for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. He works in the Bureau of Epidemiology Services and provides methodological consultation to programs throughout the agency. In addition, he collaborates with the Built Environment and Health group at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Barry Steinhardt is founder of Friends of Privacy USA and a senior advisor and trustee of Privacy International. He founded Friends of Privacy USA after retiring in 2009 following nearly 30 years with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), including service as associate director of the ACLU and director of ACLU’s Program on Technology and Liberty. He has also served as president of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. During his time with the ACLU, he was a member of the Decennial Census Advisory Committee. He is currently a member of the Data Privacy and Integrity Committee of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Amy Terpstra is the associate director of the Social IMPACT Research Center at Heartland Alliance. Her work focuses on researching and disseminating knowledge on poverty and income-related issues. She holds a master’s degree in social work from the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Richard K. Thomas is a Memphis-based health care consultant with more than 40 years experience in health services research, planning, and development. He provides consultation to hospitals, health systems, clinics and other health care organizations. He is on the faculties of the University of Mississippi and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and has authored numerous publications on health care and demographics.

Stephen Tordella, president of Decision Demographics, Inc., in Arlington, Virginia, is an applied demographer with more than 35 years of public- and private-sector consulting experience. He was a state-level demographer for 10 years, and then worked in the commercial demographics industry for 3 years. Since 1987 he has run a small consulting business. He holds an M.A. in demography from Brown University.



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