Jocelyn Gaudi Quarrell (she/her) is an entrepreneur, activist and cyclist based in Portland, OR. Jocelyn loves off-road riding in every form and is an active advocate for sustainable trail access, currently serving as the president of the Oregon Timber Trail Alliance, the governing body for North America’s premiere long-distance mountain bike route. She founded the Komorebi Cycling Team in spring 2015 to empower women to adventure by bicycle and has lead dozens of folks out for their first bikepacking experience. After more than a decade working in sustainable transportation, including launching bike share systems in cities across the US, Jocelyn is now the owner/CEO of GO Box, a service the provides reusable food and drink containers that eliminating the need for single use plastic disposables.