Lisa Nuszkowski has more than a decade of experience working in community and economic development in Detroit. As Executive Director of Detroit Bike Share with the Downtown Detroit Partnership, she is working on the launch of Detroit’s first public bike share system. Prior to this, she worked on urban mobility initiatives, real estate development projects, and public safety enhancements as Senior Project Administrator in Wayne State University’s Office of Economic Development. Lisa has served in two City of Detroit administrations, as Chief of Staff to former House Majority Floor Leader in the Michigan legislature, and as Director of the Michigan Foreclosure Task Force, a nonprofit, statewide coalition focused on advocating for stronger foreclosure mitigation strategies and consumer protection policies. Lisa sits on the board of directors for Southwest Housing Solutions, an affordable housing and community developer in Southwest Detroit, and the Tour de Troit, a nonprofit organization that promotes healthy living through running, bicycling and bicycle safety. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Central Michigan University and a Master of Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Lisa was a 2011 Marshall Memorial Fellow with the U.S. German Marshall Fund and a member of the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit Class of XXXIV.