Kelley Coyner is the Mobility Innovation Leader at Stantec’s, focused on growing smart mobility business, focusing on partnerships and products needed to launch new smart mobility strategies, programs, and deployments.

Coyner is the former Executive Director of the Northern Virginia Transportation, Commission, Senate-confirmed CEO for Research and Special Program Administration at the US Department of Transportation, and a Fellow and Adjunct Professor of smart mobility at George Mason University. Her technical and policy expertise has been honed and applied through her work at MIT, Harvard, the Coast Guard Academy, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Volpe Transportation Center.

Since 2017 Coyner has been CEO of her own firm, Mobility e3 (Me3), which has had a key role in the development, funding, and assessment of major autonomous vehicle (AV) shuttle pilot projects at Fort Bragg, the City of Arlington, and Las Vegas and developing best practices in planning, safety, and operations of AV shuttles. Coyner and the Me3 team have advised communities and companies globally on deploying Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) technology, safety and security, and smart mobility planning.