Maya Rosas is a land use and transportation planner with policy and planning experience in the San Diego region. Her work at Atlantis Group includes project management, municipal code and policy analysis, public outreach, and engagement with community planning groups. At Circulate San Diego, the regional nonprofit that advocates for improved transit and active transportation infrastructure, Maya worked her way up from a student internship position to an integral team member as Policy Assistant. Maya wrote the updated criteria for the MOVE Alliance certification program, which recognizes and supports transit-oriented, smart growth developments. She was a contributing author of “Vision Zero: Zero Traffic Deaths by 2025″, a report that garnered support for Vision Zero in San Diego by Mayor Kevin Faulconer.
Maya holds a master's degree in City Planning from San Diego State University, was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to Mexico in 2010, was named one of San Diego’s 40 Under 40 young professionals for SD Metro Magazine in 2015, and is an elected board member on the Uptown Planners, her community planning group. She reads the news obsessively, runs very slowly, and enjoys looking at pretty buildings and streetscapes.