Announcing 2020 Global Super Judges!

The following prominent transportation policy experts and public service professionals will play a crucial role in identifying this year’s global winning team.


Claudia Adriazola-Steil
Deputy Director, Urban Mobility and Director, Health & Road Safety

Claudia Adriazola-Steil has worked in the transport sector for almost 20 years. As Director of Health and Road Safety at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cites, she focuses on the intersection of sustainable mobility, climate change, public health and equity. Over the last 11 years at WRI, Claudia has been instrumental in developing one of the most innovative road safety programs in the world, significantly influencing the international agenda, as well as those of national and local governments. During her tenure, Claudia has led WRI’s Urban Mobility Program as Interim Director for a year and a half, advancing new partnerships and reshaping the mobility agenda to reflect the changes on new technology, including shared and autonomous vehicles, bike and scooter share programs, big data, among others.


Felipe Targa
Senior Urban Transport Specialist

Felipe is a Senior Urban Transport Specialist working at the World Bank. Former Colombia’s Deputy Transport Minister, university-based CityLab Director, and 20 years of experience in the public sector, multilateral development institutions, and research from academia. Advocate of bicycle urbanism, placemaking and human-scale cities.


Dana Michael Harsell
Associate Professor, Master of Public Administration Program in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of North Dakota; NASPAA Simulation Fellow

Dana teaches courses in state and local government, public administration, and the intersection of business and government. He helps lead NASPAA’s Simulation Network, and is passionate about simulation-based learning. Dana has utilized both Pandemic and Migration simulations, developed by CLSG, in campus-based and online classes. Recent research contributions include an exploration of how and when small, rural governments utilize alternative service delivery methods to meet service demands (Journal of Rural Studies) and how local government leaders engage deliberative framing strategies when pursuing climate change mitigation and adaption policies within their jurisdictions (Journal of Environmental Planning and Policy).