Julie Dixon is the President and Founder of DIXON, a woman-owned business, focused on providing parking consulting services to municipalities. Julie began her career as a parking enforcement officer for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department. She has been responsible for establishing policies, defining objectives and delivering on initiatives for municipal agencies for over 28 years.
Business Operations Manager
Ananda Aleman is the Business Operations Manager with extensive experience supporting complex parking technology projects. In addition to managing DIXON daily operations, her manufacturing, inventory control, purchasing and financial reporting expertise provides a tremendous resource to our clients.
Emily Kwatinetz is a Senior Associate who has supported projects ranging from parking and mobility studies to parking program implementations. Through operational audits, ordinance updates, specification developments, and vendor management, she demonstrates a track record of comprehensive support for a variety of municipalities, earning her recognition as one of the National Parking Association’s “40 Under 40” Class of 2018.
David Skophammer is a Project Coordinator, writer, and strategic planner with six years of experience in private and public sectors, including four years of consulting and project management experience across diverse, client-facing projects. David brings a broad-ranging skill set to the DIXON team, having previously worked at the intersection of data analysis, technical writing, and regulatory oversight. David graduated from Yale University with a degree in Environmental Studies.
Allison von Ebers is an Associate Consultant with expertise in municipal parking operations. Allison provides project support through stakeholder outreach, data collection and reviews, and operational assessments. Her experience working with complex parking systems offers the ability to assist cities in creating and implementing effective and maintainable parking operations.
Katherine is an Associate Consultant, who joined the DIXON team last year as a Planning Intern. She recently graduated from the University of Washington with her Master of Public Administration. Her DIXON contributions and experience have been extensive, and she has supported data analysis, municipal code updates, and project implementations.
Focused on creating strong, vibrant communities, Greg Jacobs has an extensive background in research, data analysis and reporting, and wayfinding networks. His familiarity with mobility planning, parking demand studies, and large event planning will be a benefit to DIXON’s customers seeking to implement successful special event parking plans and TDM initiatives. Greg holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from University of Colorado Denver.