Jennifer Musselman holds a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Virginia. She has participated in a variety of transportation planning and engineering projects throughout Florida, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Jennifer has a passion for combining data analytics with public input to solve complex multimodal problems. She has contributed to several corridor planning studies through stakeholder involvement, identification of corridor needs and opportunities, and operational analysis. Most recently, Jennifer has been working with the Florida Department of Transportation to implement their Complete Streets policy locally and at the statewide level. Her experience also includes transit planning, intersection operations, transit signal priority (TSP), and traffic impact analysis. Outside of work, Jennifer is an active member of WTS Tampa and enjoys exploring the local farmers markets around Tampa Bay.