Brittney Kohler

Legislative Director, Transportation & Infrastructure

National League of Cities (NLC)

Brittney Kohler is the Legislative Director of Transportation and Infrastructure for the National League of Cities, advocating on behalf of the transportation networks of 19,000 cities, towns and villages across the U.S. With more than a decade of experience in infrastructure policy, Ms. Kohler leads NLC’s strategy and engagement with Congress and the Administration to modernize our nation’s infrastructure in partnership with America’s local governments and to advance the integration of air mobility alongside traditional transportation. Advancing drone and urban air mobility is an aviation priority for America’s urban, suburban, and rural cities, and she serves on the FAA’s Aviation Rulemaking Committee for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight Operations and previously as part of the FAA Drone Advisory Committee efforts. She previously served in policy and deployment roles at the U.S. Department of Transportation, Amtrak, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Infrastructure Management Group, and holds a B.A. from Agnes Scott College.