Rebecca Saltzman


Rebecca Saltzman

Director
District #3
December, 2012 to December, 2016
Alameda/Contra Costa
Bay Fair, Downtown Berkeley, El Cerrito del Norte (partial), El Cerrito Plaza (partial), North Berkeley, Orinda, Rockridge, San Leandro
Albany (partial), Berkeley (partial), Oakland (partial), Piedmont, San Leandro (partial), Unincorporated Alameda County (partial), El Cerrito (partial), Lafayette (partial), Moraga, Orinda, Unincorporated Contra Costa County (partial)
510.464.6095 or 510.464.6080
510.464.6011

Rebecca Saltzman was elected to the BART Board on November 6, 2012. Director Saltzman represents District 3, which includes Albany (partial), Berkeley (partial), Oakland (partial), Piedmont, San Leandro (partial), Unincorporated Alameda County (partial), El Cerrito (partial), Lafayette (partial), Moraga, Orinda and Unincorporated Contra Costa County (partial).

Before she was elected, Director Saltzman spent years as a public transit and policy advocate, coalition builder, grassroots organizer, and manager with local, state, and national issue-based organizations.

In addition to her service on the BART Board, Saltzman also works as the government affairs manager for a statewide environmental organization. In that role, she coordinates a network of environmental, public health, and social justice organizations that work together to influence the state legislature and other regulatory bodies to make decisions that protect our air, water, and environment.

Saltzman also serves as Vice-Chair of the Oakland Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, where she advises the City of Oakland on pedestrian and bicycle policy and infrastructure.

In 2011, Saltzman received the League of Women Voters of Oakland’s Making Democracy Work Award in recognition of her work and commitment to increasing citizen engagement in local government.

Saltzman graduated with a BA in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley. She lives in Oakland, and relies on BART, buses, and walking to get around.