Becca Zajac serves as the Executive Director of the Dragonfly Trails and oversees the implementation of Columbus’ 65-mile trail masterplan promoting recreation, transportation, and connectivity in the region.
Her passion is designing active, vibrant public spaces that create community engagement and encourage economic development. Becca chairs Columbus 2025’s Vibrant & Connected Places Action Area where she is helping pilot a regional mural initiative to increase access to public art while utilizing the talent of local artists. She also sits on Columbus 2025’s Leadership Team and the Cohesive Image and Identity working group.
Becca serves as the Vice President of Georgia Bikes and is a member of Columbus Young Professionals and Bicycle Columbus. In 2022, she was the recipient of the J.R. Allen Award for Outstanding Young Leader of the Year and recognized as Columbus & the Valley’s 5 Under 40.
A native of Michigan, Becca graduated from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio with a dual degree in Business Marketing and Environmental Economics. Becca and her partner, Miles Greathouse, have two dogs, Boulder & Woodford, and reside in Columbus, Georgia.