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Rachel Yoka, CAPP, LEED AP BD+C

Chief Strategy Officer
International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI)

A parking, transportation, and mobility executive with 20+ years of experience implementing projects,
programs, standards, and pilots to benefit the industry; Rachel represents IPMI members worldwide who
manage 100,000+ parking facilities and the curbside environment. Rachel spearheads strategic initiatives
for electric vehicle infrastructure planning, resources, events, and education. She leads IPMI’s EV
Readiness Cohort and Smart Transportation Task Force and serves as a member of the national CHARGE
Coalition.


A Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) and a LEED AP, Rachel spearheaded the
sustainability movement in parking and mobility, culminating in the launch of Parksmart, a rating system
for sustainable and high-performing parking structures, acquired by the USGBC/GBCI alongside LEED.
Rachel shared her expertise through leadership positions in international consulting, engineering,
architecture, and construction firms. She managed complex international projects, including participation
for the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) on the
“Roadmap for Green Growth.” She holds a bachelor’s from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign
Service in International Relations, Law & Organization.

Rachel Yoka, CAPP, LEED AP BD+Cā€™s Session(s):


First Draft Picks: Creating the Ultimate Stakeholder Ecosystem ā€” Fri, March 31, 2023

Attendee Welcome and Day 2 Keynote Panel

Many players serve a role in the deployment of charging infrastructure, but are you involving all the right stakeholders to ensure longevity? In this keynote panel, experts will address various models and approaches to EV readiness, strategic planning, delivery, and stakeholder involvement for successful EV infrastructure deployment to save you time and money. This is a can't-miss session to ensure organizational performance. 

  • Discuss the necessary stakeholders and partners required to launch or enhance a successful EV
    charging pilot or program for your organization
  • Understand how your organizational structure impacts your EV planning and deployments, and
    examine critical elements of a successful EV Readiness Plan and how these relate to your
    strategic planning for the short and long term
  • Explore ways to partner with parking, transportation, power and mobility organizations and
    professionals to power up your program

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