Nina Szlosberg-Landis is president of Circle Squared Media in Raleigh and a civic leader with more than 30 years of experience in broadcasting, media production, community engagement and strategic communications. Nina served on the National Finance Committee for President Obama’s 2012 election, and was a delegate to the DNC in 2004 and 2012. Nina is the immediate past president of the NC League of Conservation Voters and chair of its PAC. She is also on the national board of the Environmental Defense Action Fund. She recently retired from the NC Board of Transportation where she served for 12 years as the board’s first environmental representative and chaired the Board’s Environment Planning and Policy Committee. Nina founded and serves on the board of The Hillsborough Street Partnership which successfully organized the revitalization of the historic Hillsborough Street corridor in Raleigh. In 2001, the NC Chapter of the American Planning Association named her “Citizen Planner of the Year” and she was named Raleigh News and Observer “Tar Heel of the Week.” As an Eisenhower Fellow in 2003, Nina studied transportation-land use policy in Europe. She is married to Kel Landis III.