Hannah McIntosh’s career spans public and non-profit leadership roles, including a decade leading various aspects of the Seattle Department of Transportation’s work to serve the most rapidly-growing city in the United States. After a working sabbatical spearheading a series of economic development programs in rural Washington, Hannah took her current position as RapidRide Program Director for King County Metro. At Metro, Hannah leads a team responsible for the successful planning and delivery of an expansion of RapidRide, Metro’s bus rapid transit system, as well as quality maintenance and continuous innovation for the existing RapidRide network. She is currently on temporary assignment leading Metro’s Recovery Planning efforts.
Hannah holds Masters Degrees from the University of Washington (Urban Planning) and the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (Culture and Development Studies).