Native to Louisiana, Jolie has been an avid cyclist for over 15 years, whether it be for recreation, work commute, or to raise public awareness regarding health and safety. After living and traveling in progressive and bike friendly cities across the world, she is committed to advocating for and helping design an inclusive road infrastructure that is safe, fun, and efficient for non-motorized commuters in her home state.
Professionally, Jolie works in Real Estate Sales and Marketing at Keller Williams Realty New Orleans. She holds a Master of Ecological Planning from Antioch University Seattle and a Bachelor in Digital Media from the University of New Orleans. She is also a LEED Green Associate and volunteers as a teen mentor for learning survival skills.
In addition to serving as President, Jolie has spearheaded planning for Bike Easy events such as the Bicycle Second Line, and works on the Governance and Advocacy Committees.