Advocacy Manager, Circulate San Diego
Maya Rosas serves as Circulate San Diego’s advocacy manager, where she leads Circulate's efforts on Vision Zero and other campaigns for safe streets. She has five years of experience in active transportation advocacy, land use planning, and development in both the non-profit and private sectors in San Diego. She previously worked at Circulate as the Policy Assistant where she played an instrumental role in advocating for the adoption of Vision Zero in the City of San Diego and also advocated for smart growth projects through the MOVE Alliance. Maya most recently worked as a land use consultant for Atlantis Group, where she helped see development projects through all phases of the entitlement process.
She is an elected board member of the Uptown Planners, her Community Planning Group, a board member of the San Diego Leadership Alliance, and on the Executive Committee for Housing You Matters. She is a graduate of the San Diego State University Master in City Planning program, where she wrote her thesis on pedestrian collision risk factors in the City of San Diego. She was selected as one of San Diego's 40 Under 40 in SD Metro magazine in 2015 and previously received a Fulbright Fellowship to Mexico.