Jennifer Toothaker

Creating a Livable City: Climate Change and the City of Tucson -
11:00 am 10/14/2019
Coconino, Tucson Convention Center

Join us to explore what it means to create a livable city in the era of climate change! This panel, moderated by Gina Murphy-Darling, Founder and CEO of Mrs. Green’s World, will feature City of Tucson staff from Environmental and General Services, Planning and Development Services, and Tucson Department of Transportation, and Tucson Water. We’ll talk about what it takes to create bike and pedestrian lanes, increase renewable energy on City facilities (including our parks), create sustainable building policies, ensure a clean and abundant water supply, and plan for climate adaptation. We’ll learn what’s already been done, what’s in the works, and what the future holds!

Jenn Toothaker Mabry manages the Planning and Programming Division for Tucson Transportation Department, which has a dynamic team of transportation planners and project managers working on systems of mobility, access, connections, and sustainable development throughout the Tucson region. She has 19 years of experience working with the City of Tucson, a majority of them in planning and policy development. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband and family exploring Tucson’s cultural and foodie scenes, bicycling and hiking, and “wonking out” on planning issues and trends!