Peggy O’Neill-Vivanco Vermont Clean Cities Coordinator
Peggy O’Neill-Vivanco is the Coordinator of the Vermont Clean Cities Coalition. She is also workforce outreach coordinator at UVM’s Transportation Research Center, working on FHWA grants that explore and develop career pathways in environmental transportation discipline, including shared mobility. She holds an MA from New York University. She is a year-round bike commuter, and advocate for safe bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure for all users.
Hannah November Vermont Clean Cities Intern
Hannah November joined as the Vermont Clean Cities Coalition (VTCCC) intern in the fall of 2020. Coming to UVM from Katonah, New York, Hannah is a senior majoring in Environmental Science with a concentration in Ecological Design.
Hannah’s interests are in environmental planning and community development, especially in the context of healthy air quality and the reduction of air pollution. As the VTCCC intern, Hannah helps plan and conduct events and social media campaigns and assists with projects to reduce petroleum usage across Vermont. Hannah’s work with the coalition is supported by the Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program at Argonne National Laboratory.