Tina Geiselbrecht, CP3 - Austin, TX
Tina Geiselbrecht is a Research Scientist with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). She leads the Planning and Engagement program at TTI where her research focuses on innovation in the public involvement process. Using qualitative and quantitative public opinion research, she supports agencies in conducting meaningful public engagement to facilitate transportation planning and policy decision-making. Tina has been the lead researcher on several projects that have explored public opinion through the use of surveys, stakeholder interviews and focus groups. Tina also explores the effectiveness of public involvement processes through systematic evaluation. Her research has produced deliverables that help agencies engage the public in decision-making and help the public to understand their role in transportation and how changes in the system may impact their lives and livelihoods.
Tina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economic Geography from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s of Applied Geography and Planning from Texas State University. She has been a member of IAP2 since 2012 and is currently serving on the IAP2 USA Board and Certification Task Force. She is also a member of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Congestion Pricing Committee and Committee on Public Involvement in Transportation.