Claire Bozic is a senior transportation analyst who joined the Chicago Area Transportation Study (CATS), one of CMAP's predecessor agencies, in 1996. Before joining CATS, she worked at both Metra and the Regional Transportation Authority.
At CMAP, Claire plays a crucial role in improving modeling procedures and helping new travel modelers learn the craft. She spends much of her time working with regional partners on numerous large project studies, but also provides data and analysis to support county transportation plans, small area traffic forecasts, academic research, and high-profile projects. Claire was actively involved in developing the GO TO 2040 and ON TO 2050 comprehensive plans, and before that, the Shared Path 2030 long-range transportation plan.
Read more about Claire in her CMAP Celebrates feature below.
Sherry Kane is an executive associate who joined the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), CMAP's other predecessor agency, in 2005. Before joining NIPC, Sherry worked for the Village of Oak Park for a decade.
Sherry manages a lot of behind-the-scenes work that keeps CMAP running. She works closely with CMAP's Board, Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Committee, and Unified Work Program Committee, and provides support to other committees. She keeps people on track to move toward larger agency priorities and initiatives. Sherry has supported all three of CMAP's executive directors, serving as a resource and providing consistency to them and the agency as a whole as it has grown and changed over the years. She knows the history of CMAP, from NIPC and CMAP's early days to the agency today and ON TO 2050.
Read more about Sherry in her CMAP Celebrates feature.