Kelly Bond has several years of experience working on food access and sustainable food systems, as well as pedestrian and bicyclist issues. Most recently, she was a population health project manager at a health coalition leading grant-funded programs at health centers. Prior to that, she worked with farmers in organic agriculture, and in 2019 completed a walkability fellowship through America Walks. She currently sits on the City of Petaluma’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee and Bike Share Technical Advisory Committee. She is a public health professional with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Science, and a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in nutrition.