Since its inception last year, LoopWorks has been guided by President Matt Kennedy, Secretary Rob Means, and Treasurer Tam Overacker. With the completion of the annual meeting and election, Tiffany Vuong joins the Board to represent the interests of community members, both individuals and local businesses.
Ms. Vuong was raised in Milpitas and attended Anthony Spangler Elementary, Thomas Russell Middle, and Milpitas High School. After graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) with a B.A. in Sociology, she has been involved in social change work. Out of her desire to serve working class families like her own, she mobilized voters of color with Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) and worked with the Milpitas Renters Coalition to fight for tenant protections. “I am committed to tackling problems like transportation accessibility that impact everyday people, so I’m delighted with this opportunity to address equity and sustainability from a transit perspective,” she said.