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We are a team with diverse Talents:

  • Ken Snyder, CEO

    Ken is a nationally recognized expert on a broad range of techn­ical and non-technical tools for community design and decision-making. Ken sits on the Board of the National Charrette Institute and is past Chair of the American Planning Association's Technology Division.

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  • Critter Thompson, Program Director

    Critter focuses on problem solving with geospatial data in a planning context, and communicating complex information about communities with maps and related data.

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  • Rebecca Sanborn Stone, Development Specialist

    Rebecca Sanborn Stone is an independent consultant specializing in helping social and environmental change organizations build innovative programs and communicate about their work.

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Board of Directors

  • Robert Goodspeed, Board Member & President

    Robert Goodspeed is an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. He teaches in the areas of geographic information systems, collaborative planning, and scenario planning.

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  • Peter Kenney, Board Member

    Peter Kenney is a Principal and co-founder of Civic Results. Peter has more than twenty years of policy development and management experience as an elected offic­ial in municipal and county governments, including service as a mayor and a county commissioner in Clear Creek County.

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  • Bill Lennertz, Board Member

    Bill Lennertz, AIA, is a leading NCI Charrette facilitato­r and practicing New Urbanist. First as Direct­or of the­ Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ) Boston office in 1986, and from 1993-2002, as a partner with Lennertz Coyle & Associates, Bill has directed over 150 charrettes.

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  • Peter Park, Board Member

    Peter J. Park is a city planner with more than 20 years experience specializing in innovative solutions that balance community, development, and design quality concerns. His integrated approach to comprehensive planning, urban design, and development review has created clear visions for sustainable urban development, places of high quality design, and streamlined permitting systems.

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  • Brian Gryth, Board Member

    Brian Gryth is a serial government intrapreneur and passionate advocate for civic innovation and technology driven open government. Brian leads the Business Intelligence Center program and its Go Code Colorado initiative.

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  • Anna Ricklin, Board Member

    Anna Ricklin is Manager of the Planning and Community Health Research Center at the American Planning Association, where she specializes in improving community health through livable communities, active transportation and urban design.

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  • Dave Harris, Board Member

    David Harris is a non-profit consultant, executive, manager and leader with more than thirty years of experience developing and implementing multi-million dollar philanthropic and non-profit programs, fundraising campaigns and operations.

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  • Holly St. Clair, Board Member Emeritus

    Holly St. Clair is the Director of Data Services at the Boston-region Metropolitan Area Planning Council, overseeing the agency’s activities in the fields of data management, data analysis, research, and public access to data.

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Strategic Partnerships

  • Western Lands and Communities

  • HUD/EPA/DOT Sustainable Communities Initiative

  • Walk Denver

Alumni

  • Jocelyn Hittle

    Jocelyn Hittle facilitates CSU’s role in major land use, sustainability, and food systems projects in Denver.

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  • Chris Haller

    Chris Haller provides intuitive digital engagement solutions for communities, organizations and planners.

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  • Brad Barnett

    Brad Barnett leads scenario planning efforts and builds design software to support them at one of the nation’s leading planning and design firms.

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  • Jason Lally

    Jason Lally is helping the City and County of San Francisco make open data just part of doing business.

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