Peggy O’Neill-Vivanco Vermont Clean Cities Director








Peggy O’Neill-Vivanco is the Director 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.


Gabrielle Rainville Vermont Clean Cities Coordinator

Gabrielle Rainville (She/her) graduated from UVM in 2018 with a degree in business administration and marketing. She has a background in social media and communications and is excited to apply this experience to the outreach work she will be doing with Vermont Clean Cities. As the VTCCC Project Coordinator, her primary focus will be a Department of Energy-funded project with the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership (NEEP). The transportation audit project involves collaborating with community-based organizations to carry out transportation audits for communities in Vermont and New Hampshire. This work will center the voices of historically marginalized and/or excluded community groups as active members with the ability to contribute to transportation solutions and have a direct impact on design and implementation of transportation access plans and initiatives. Gabrielle will also be assisting the VTCCC Director with a variety of grants, proposals, and additional projects.


Emma Petrequin Vermont Clean Cities Intern

Emma Petrequin (she/her) is a Senior at the University of Vermont studying Public Communications and Anthropology. She has just finished a semester abroad at Cardiff University where her studies focused on archaeology and conservation. Emma is excited to apply her understanding of anthropology to her work as a communications intern, intersecting these two disciplines for their applicable means in community development.