The challenge has never been greater.
Synovia Solutions presents a webinar with three student transportation experts with a combined 50 years of transportation experience sharing their insight on the tech, the supplies and the programs transportation officials need to face the COVID-19 challenge.
Learn from the experts helping dozens of fleets, hundreds of schools and thousands of students.
- Student and Driver Safety: Plans and Technologies
- Parent Communications: How to Stay Connected
- Route Management: Smarter Routing Practices
Brad Bishop, Founder, Synovia Solutions & Here Comes The Bus
Brad is a K-12 transportation leader with nearly 20 years of experience serving the industry with Synovia’s broad suite of digital solutions designed to help schools improve safety, save money and enhance service. He’s a father of five with suddenly vast experience in home school technology and an even more profound respect for the work of educators and administrators.
Micah Brassfield, Director, TransPar
Micah Brassfield is a director with TransPar who oversees the company’s current management locations in Missouri, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Texas, leading each of these operations in the areas of management and staffing, operational analyses, and system and process implementation. Having led directly in school districts in the Austin and Dallas Metroplexes, as a former educator, Coordinator of Planning and Student Transportation, and Senior Contract Administrator, Micah has played an integral role in transforming organizations to enhance and continuously improve the quality of educational services that students receive each and every day. Micah earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
Elisa L. Schubert, Transportation Manager, Brightbill Transportation
Elisa began her career as a substitute school bus driver before climbing the ranks with Brightbill Transportation, where she is a leader with one of Pennsylvania’s leading private school bus transportation companies. She will provide her experience in working with seven different school districts as they prepare for the COVID-19 back to school challenge.