Steve McClure is a retired computer industry market analyst, with a specialty in software markets. He has been in the computer industry since its inception in the 1960's. Steve also sells books online. Steve McClure on LinkedIn
As a student and aspiring entrepreneur, Brian co-founded Tasks for Transit as a way to give back to the community and help those in need. Brian was a student in Worcester from 2009 to 2016. He has experienced the challenges associated with public transportation in Worcester, and he is motivated in developing transportation solutions. Brian studies Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Volunteers make Tasks for Transit possible. Many of our volunteers are short term participants in specific projects.
Tasks for Transit would like to acknowledge the following volunteers.
Jessica Kudewicz - A Clark University students who helped as a staff assistant
Kesler Roberts - A local lawyer who assisted with Tasks for Transit's incorporation and other legal issues
Nathan Oldakowski - A Northeastern University student who researched crowd funding sites
Albert Surabian - An ex-paralegal who performed research projects
Emir Lopez - A videographer who helped us provude our first video
Sara Brown - A Clark University graduate who assisted Tasks for Transit with grant applications
Tasks for Transit would like to recognize its partner charities that dispense the day passes.
- Woodland Academy Wraparound Coordinator for homeless students
- YWCA's Domestic Violence Services group
- SMOC Homeless Shelter
- Parent/Professional Advocacy League
- Straight Ahead Ministries
- South Worcester Neighborhood Center
- Standup for Kids
- Interfaith Hospitality Network of Worcester
- Safe Homes (at the Bridge)
- Clemente Courses in the Humanities
- Hope Coalition
- Eliot Community Human Services
- Friendly House
- Veterans Inc.