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Introducing People Who Zum: Driving Change in Student Transportation

Today we are thrilled to launch #PeopleWhoZum. A celebration of the unique people who are driving change in the student transportation industry. A spotlight view of those who believe, as we do, rides to and from school impact the way children learn, grow, relate, and excel. We’ll be featuring individuals who embody our values and sharing their personal stories and perspectives. Please check back weekly for great stories starting next week. 

Community is essential to Zum, and we’re fortunate to work with a great one, that’s continuously expanding, From bus drivers, to school administrators to teachers, parents, technology innovators and policy makers. Our community is a vibrant one with dedicated people reimagining the student transportation industry. 

Ultimately, we view our work as enabling a future generation of scientists, poets, civic leaders, data scientists, musicians and more by ensuring they are in the best position possible to learn. And for us, that starts with getting all students to and from school in a safe, sustainable, and accessible manner. 

For parents and schools we’re providing a flexible, transparent, modern system they can rely on. And for the planet, we’re reducing the toxic effects of diesel bus fumes to create a more sustainable long term solution. 

Look for our first story next week, featuring a school bus driver whose kindness is now part of the school district curriculum.
Do you know someone in the industry who would be a great addition to #PeopleWhoZum? If so, we’d love to talk to you. You can contact us at social@ridezum.com.

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