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Iyai+ Community Sponsor Spotlight

Genfare

Genfare’s leader Eric Kaled, their President, has made it clear by his example that “PEOPLE” matter – employees, customers, and community. And are an integral part of their company’s current and long-term strategic plans. Earlier this year, he shared...

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OUR PARTNERS

Sincere Appreciation to OUR COMMUNITY.

ALL Supporters who have helped to make our Infrastructure Careers programming a success.

Alexandria Renew Enterprises
The Allen Group
Amalgamated Transit Union (International; Locals 241 and 308)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
AMTRAK
APTAU
Arlington County, Virginia (Transit Bureau)
Barr Foundation
Beverly Scott and Associates, LLC
Blacks in Green/Black Water Council/Green Living Room (Naomi Davis)
CALSTART
Cardozo TransSTEM Academy, Cardozo Education Center (DCPS)
Carolyn Flowers
Carpi & Clay (Julie Minerva)
CenturyLink
Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT)
Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)
Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO)
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF)
Covanta
Cyber Future Foundation (CFF)
DC Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE)
DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU)
DC Water, DC Government
DC Department of Transportation (DDOT)

Drew Lehman, Environment & Education Consulting
Genfare
Georgia Psychiatric Associates
Bob Glover, Consultant (Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice)
Easter Seals
ENO Foundation
HDR
HNTB
Arno Harris
Harvard University, School of Law, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice
Howard University
JACOBS
Jobs To Move America (JMA)
International Association of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers’
International City/County Managers Association (ICMA)
Latinos in Transit
Main Streets
LA METRO
Louis Berger
Metra RR
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)
Maryland STEM Festival

Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI), San Jose State University
Rev. Bobby Livingston, Mount Bethel Baptist Church
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
NoMa Parks Foundation
Nuria Fernandez
Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce (OAACC)
Pace Bus
Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago
San Bernardino Valley College
Squirre Patton Boggs
Southern California Edison (SCE)
The Urban Institute
US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)
Transportation Learning Center (TLC)
Transportation Research Board (TRB), National Academies of Sciences
University of Illinois @ Chicago, Fresh Water Labs
Tom Waldron, HDR
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
Water Environment Federation
Women’s Transportation Seminar International (WTS)
WSP
Dr. Afia Zakiya

Special Acknowledgments:

Iyai+ Board of Directors and Advisors
Theodore ("Ted') Basta, Founding Board Member (retired)
The Family of the Late Dr. Juanita Jones-Abernathy and Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, Sr.
Shawn Brooks, Creative Director

At the core of the founding of Iyai+ is our partnership with the TransSTEM academy at the Francis L. Cardozo High School Education Campus (Washington, DC). TransSTEM was founded at Cardozo in 1991 with the overarching goals of establishing an academy that would open the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math---with access to advanced schooling and good paying jobs---to those children who had traditionally been unable to take advantage of such studies; creating a model for replication elsewhere in the nation; and, developing curriculum in conjunction with national certification requirements. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has been a long-time TransSTEM Academy Partner and funder.

Iyai+ in action Puerto Rico

iyai.org in Puerto Rico. Photo Credit: Shawn Brooks Photography

IYAI+ Board member Dr. David Purselle and entertainer, Joseline Hernandez, “the Puerto Rican Princess” meet with public health officials who were first responders in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria

iyai.org in Puerto Rico. Photo Credit: Shawn Brooks Photography

IYAI+ Founder, Bev Scott, IYAI+ Board Members Dr. David Purselle, and business woman Buffie Purselle accompany their local host, Moises (owner of a nearby farm devastated by Maria) to help distribute LifeStraw water filters on a site visit to the mountainous regions of Puerto Rico.

iyai.org in Puerto Rico. Photo Credit: Shawn Brooks Photography

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