Laura Lee Huttenbach, an Atlanta native and a graduate of the University of Virginia, is a curious traveler with a terrible sense of direction, which she considered to be a handicap until an old man named Tony Gulliver pointed out: “It’s probably your best quality, because you’re always finding new places.” Laura Lee’s first book is “The Boy is Gone: Conversations with a Mau Mau General” (Ohio University Press, 2015), the life story of a Kenyan independence leader whom she met while backpacking in Africa. You can learn more about her projects at www.LLHuttenbach.com.
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People Who Move People is a series profiling individuals who have made an impact in public transit. The series has been initiated and funded by RouteMatch Software, an Atlanta-based company who is passionate about transit and proud to record these stories.