CALACT | California Association for Coordinated Transportation

Representing Small, Rural, & Specialized Transportation Providers Statewide


Jacklyn Montgomery, Executive Director

Jacklyn comes from the Department of Community Services at Pierce County in Tacoma, Washington. As a program director for the County, she was responsible for the implementation and coordination of several services, including transportation. She served on the Pierce County Coordinated Transportation Coalition, a partnership of transportation providers seeking to improve services through cooperative efforts. Jacklyn served in that capacity for 11 years. Jacklyn also has experience working in social service programs in Southern California. 

Daniel Mundy, Deputy Executive Director

Dan is a graduate of the University of Oregon and began his State career at the Department of Rehabilitation in 1980 working with visually impaired consumers to operate their own business under the Business Enterprise Program. Dan left the Department of Rehabilitation in 1990 to work at Caltrans. He spent the next 23 years working with rural transit operators to identify and develop projects for funding under the various State and Federal Programs that are administered by Caltrans. Dan worked with transit operators and the Dept. of General Services to develop a state contract for transit buses and vans and administered that program for 10 years. Dan retired in 2008 as the Branch Chief of the FTA Section 5311 program in the Division of Mass Transportation. He is still actively working with rural transit operators as a Project Manager with CALACT. 

Tenley Borchman, Program Manager

Tenley began her career in advocacy and regulatory work as a legislative intern for the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Program Executives, Inc.   She also interned as a District Representative at the District Office of Senate President Darrell Steinberg as she finished her Bachelor of Arts in Public Service in 2011. Prior to joining the CALACT team, Tenley provided assistance in regulatory consulting and state reporting for diesel-fleet requirements under ARB rules.  In addition to her interest in transportation and sustainable planning policy, she is also interested in local women's health and advocacy organizations.  Tenley has a Master of Arts in Public Administration.

Sheila Cavanagh, Executive Assistant

Sheila is an award winning, highly motivated, organized, and experienced Office Administrator with over 20 years' experience in a variety of office-based positions. She has provided solid and essential backup to key positions and projects working with other non-profits, such as the California District Attorneys Association, organizing trainings throughout the state for Physicians and Forensic Examiners. As Marketing Assistant and later Marketing Manager for Sysco, she coordinated and managed their annual employee appreciation day festival, and biannual trade shows and as Office Manager for Environmental Industries, Sheila was sent nation-wide to hire and train office personnel for new start-ups.

Greg Miller, Accountant/Fiscal Consultant

Clint Miller, Bookkeeper

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