Members
The Urban Freight Lab is a structured work group that is comprised of senior executives from retail and wholesale companies, logistics and goods delivery firms.

Back row (L-R): Travis Vaughter (Industrial Engineering Manager, UPS), Jim Head (Sales Transformation Director, PepsiCo), Ray Brown (Supply Chain Strategist, PepsiCo), Barb Ivanov (Director, Urban Freight Lab), Kevin Condon (Senior Director of Engineering and Network Strategy, Kroger)
Next row (L-R): Kevin McAdams (Vice President, Delivery Operations, USPS), Robert DeBoard (Enterprise Account Director, USPS), Todd Krycian (Sales Transformation Project Manager, PepsiCo), Laura Kang (Associate Technical Fellow, Boeing Horizon X), Kristen Fajt (Market Development Manager, Boeing Horizon X), Kelly Rula (New Mobility, Climate, and Urban Freight Strategist, Seattle Department of Transportation)
Next row (L-R): Loren VandenBerghe (Director of Transportation, Nordstrom), Trent McNeal (Seattle Postmaster, USPS), Katy Greve (Director of Strategy, Expeditors International of Washington), Christopher Eaves (Senior Engineer, Seattle Department of Transportation), Mary Catherine Snyder (Parking Strategic Advisor, Seattle Department of Transportation)
Front row (L-R): Ed McCormack (Research Professor, Urban Freight Lab), Anne Goodchild (Director, Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Center)

Current UFL Members (2019)

Our membership provides new capacity for the University of Washington to engage with firms in applied research projects at the forefront of goods delivery system management. The SCTL Center provides value to partners through membership in the Urban Freight Lab (UFL).

UFL members at take part in applied research projects to improve the operations of urban goods delivery systems and help identify priority problems for future research. We are a living laboratory comprised of retailers, truck freight carriers and parcel companies, technology companies supporting transportation and logistics, multifamily residential and retail/commercial building developers and operators, and the City of Seattle Department of Transportation.

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