Meet Our Team
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Paige Anderson | Transportation Communications Coordinator
Paige joined the Bellevue Downtown Association in April of 2016. She enjoys creating newsletters, blogs, and social media posts to support the various TransManage programs. Paige aims to infuse transportation communications with interesting ties to other social factors. She loves to swim, travel, and people watch.
Preferred commute: ST 556
Jacob Brett | TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM SPECIALIST
Jacob joined the BDA in October of 2016. He provides program management and consulting support for businesses on the Eastside on behalf of TransManage.
His professional background in public outreach and customer service complements his passion for transportation demand management and improving mobility in the Puget Sound region.
Preferred commute: Metro 48 > 271
Augusta DeVries | TRANSPORTATION Program Director
Augusta has been with the Bellevue Downtown Association since May of 2013. Augusta manages our partner and client contracts, work plans and leads the TransManage team on overall strategic direction.
Augusta currently lives in Kirkland, loves camping, skiing, spending quality time with friends. Augusta currently sits on the PSRC TDM Steering Committee, is a member of the national Association for Commuter Transportation and the Washington State Ridesharing Organization.
Preferred commute: ST 532/ 535
Sandee Ditt | TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM Coordinator
Sandee joined the Bellevue Downtown Association January of 2016. Sandee is a native to Washington state and a WSU alumna (Go Cougs!) with a background in Natural Resource Science. You can find her spending her weekends teaching at the local Environmental Education Center, or walking at a slow, but steady pace around Green Lake. She is the lead contact for transportation management programs with property managers and personalized commute plans. She has a passion for transportation sustainability and providing drive alone commuters with other viable options while reducing traffic congestion and their carbon footprint on the environment.
Preferred commute: 5 > 550