Sheryl Gross-Glaser

Sheryl Gross-Glaser is establishing N-CATT, a national technical assistance center funded by FTA, which is devoted to educating and assisting rural and small urban transportation providers, their states, and communities to plan for, adopt, and learn about developing technologies related to transportation services, ridehailing, microtransit, fare payment and scheduling, mobility as a service (MaaS), automated vehicles, and sustainability.

Ms. Gross-Glaser was previously the Senior Program Associate at CTAA, where she wrote and provided technical assistance relating to mobility management, coordination, mode innovations, technology, and services for transportation-challenged populations. She provided technical assistance to MPOs, transit systems, medical facilities, human services agencies, and others to expand transportation options and to improve public engagement. Ms. Gross-Glaser was the founder of a mobility management network that, under her leadership, grew to over 2000 members.

In her first career, Ms. Gross-Glaser was a criminal defense attorney at the appellate level and a manager and editor of publications for criminal defense attorneys. As a lawyer, Ms. Gross-Glaser won significant victories in New York’s highest court and in the federal Second Circuit Court of Appeals. She has authored in-depth research reports on DNA evidence, eyewitness identifications, and a host of forensic and procedural topics.

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The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.