About Us

Move Redmond is a 501c4 non-profit advocacy organization proudly serving Redmond, Washington. We work to win streets, trails, and transit that make Redmond more accessible and inclusive. Our mission is to expand mobility options for workers to support economic development and livability in and around Redmond. Since 1989, Move Redmond has worked to make Redmond easier to reach from across the Puget Sound. Our organization's legal name is Greater Redmond Transportation Management Association.



• A Redmond that’s accessible & inclusive
• A Redmond that is easier to reach from across the region for home, work and play
• A Redmond that is an affordable and walkable community that designs and builds safe streets for all users
• A Redmond that addresses the urgency of climate change through its transportation system


Expand mobility options for people who work or go to school in Redmond to support economic development and livability

Strategic Priorities

Move Redmond will lead in three essential roles:

• Advocate for the our members on transportation issues.
• Convener of transportation partners.
• Service provider for our member organizations.

Board Member Officers

Angela Rozmyn
Natural and Built Environments
President of Board

Mia Jarreau
Natural and Built Environments

Carlos Cruz Rodriguez
Appointed Director
Redmond Resident

Sadie Guenther

Jeff Aumell

Matt Loesch
Honeywell Aerospace

Charles Duba

Our Team

Kelli Refer (she/her)

Interim Executive Director

Kelli loves getting outside, moving her body, and exploring the PNW. One of her favorite ways to do that is to go bike camping! If you want tips on bike camping with a toddler, just ask her. When she is not working on transportation policy, you can find her playing with her 3-year-old at playgrounds or checking out all of the flowers that are in bloom! She also loves painting, reading, baking bread, and gardening.

Sol Dressa (they/she)

Community Engagement Coordinator

Sol is a Black Non-Binary public health professional with program expertise around the built and natural environment. As a public health student, they became interested in the intersection between transit, public health, and racial and economic justice. Sol is passionate about urban equity, the impact of sprawl, and ways to reimagine public transportation. Sol is a park nerd who also loves a good art project/DIY. You can find them roller-skating around town on the weekends!