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Makeover Montgomery 3 presenters

KEYNOTE: SUSTAINABLE FOR WHOM? REGIONAL PLANNING FOR NEIGHBORHOODS, JOBS AND HOUSING

Karen Chapple, University of California, Berkeley

WELCOME

Gerrit Knaap, UMD National Center for Smart Growth

Nancy Floreen, Montgomery County Council

THE MISSING MIDDLE DENSITIES IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM

Stefanos Polyzoides, Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists

PERSPECTIVES ON MONTGOMERY COUNTY’S SHARING ECONOMY

Martin Ditto, Ditto Development

Sakina Khan, DC Office of Planning

Paul Robert Mortensen, Montgomery County Planning Department

BUILDING THRIVING COMMUNITIES WITHOUT TRANSIT

Matthew J. Bell, University of Maryland

Atul Sharma, Torti Gallas and Partners

Jana VanderGoot, University of Maryland

THE GEOGRAPHY OF NEIGHBORHOOD CHANGE: POVERTY, IMMIGRATION AND GENTRIFICATION

Nicholas James Finio, UMD National Center for Smart Growth

Eli Knaap, UMD National Center for Smart Growth

Willow Lung-Amam, UMD Urban Studies and Planning Program

BRAINSTORMING THE FINANCIAL CHALLENGES OF SMART GROWTH AND TOD

Françoise Carrier, Bregman, Berbert, Schwartz & Gilday, LLC

Jonathan M. Genn, Percontee, Inc.

BIKE SHARING BEYOND THE CITY

Gregory L. Newmark, Kansas State University

Timothy F. Welch, Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, Georgia Tech

Andrew R. Young, Kansas State University

NEW SUBURBANISM: APPLYING TOD BEST PRACTICES TO NON-TOD LOCATIONS

Kheir Al-Kodmany, University of Illinois at Chicago

Stan Wall, HR&A Advisors

PLACEMAKING THROUGH THE ARTS

Stephanie Coppula, Bethesda Urban Partnership

Lee Edgecombe, The Edgecombe Group, Inc.

Liesel Fenner, Maryland State Arts Council

Elizabeth Gallauresi, Silver Spring Arts & Entertainment District

Molline Corina Jackson, Montgomery County Planning Department

Suzan Jenkins, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County

Catherine Matthews, Upcounty Regional Office, Montgomery County Government

Ira Tattelman, Architect, Artist, Independent Scholar

MAKING THE MOST OF WHAT WE HAVE: PRESERVING AND ENHANCING EXISTING COMMUNITIES

Marc Elrich, Montgomery County Council

Shyam Kannan, WMATA

Piera Weiss, Planner and Landscape Architect

Chao Liu, The National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education

THE SHARING ECONOMY: ACCESS TO FOOD AND WORKSPACE

Cheryl Kollin, Community Food Rescue

Jenna Umbriac, Manna Food Center

Christy Batta, SW Creatives, LLC

PLANNING FOR CAR-FREE LIVING AND ENABLING EFFICIENT TRANSIT

Stacy M. Cook

Sarah Jo Peterson, 23 Urban Strategies

GENTRIFICATION AND DISPLACEMENT: STRATEGIES FOR LOCAL BUSINESS AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Ali Adil, University of Texas at Arlington, College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs

Flora Alexandra Brewer, University of Texas at Arlington, College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs

Calvin Gladney, Mosaic Urban Partners

John Manley Welsh, AHC Inc.

THE MAKING OF A TOD: CASE STUDIES FROM GREENBELT, MD AND ALEXANDRIA, VA

Isabelle Gournay, University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Radhika Mohan, City of Alexandria Department of Planning & Zoning

Merrill St. Leger, SmithGroupJJR

REINVEST MARYLAND: SMALL BUSINESS, THE SHARING ECONOMY AND COMMUNITY INVESTMENT

Kathleen A. Maher, City of Hagerstown Planning and Code Administration

Kristen Mitchell, Maryland Department of Planning

Piper Watson, Station North Tool Library

FINDING THE MISSING LINKS TO CREATE A CONNECTED PLACE

Cody T. Christensen, STV Incorporated

Veronica O. Davis, Nspiregreen, LLC

Grace E. Fielder, G.E. Fielder & Associates

Anita Morrison, Partners for Economic Solutions

Karina Ricks, Nelson-Nygaard Consulting Associates

NETWORKS OF OPPORTUNITY: CONNECTING PEOPLE, HOUSING AND JOBS

Sandy Davis, Foursquare ITP

Brian O’Malley, Central Maryland Transportation Alliance

Ajmel Ahsen Quereshi, NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Adam Recchia, Foursquare ITP

PUBLIC HOUSING RE-IMAGINED FOR THE SUBURBS

Kayrine V. Brown, Housing Opportunities Commission

Zachary Marks, Housing Opportunities Commission

SENIOR COHOUSING: A NEW SOLUTION TO AN AGE OLD PROBLEM

Janice M. Blanchard, Aging Better Together

Wendy Willbanks Wiesner, Partnerships For Affordable Cohousing

Ann Zabaldo, Mid-Atlantic Cohousing

THE FUTURE OF SUBURBAN AND FEDERAL OFFICE PARKS

Deborah Kerson Bilek, ULI Washington

Andrea Gilles, Montgomery Planning Department

David B. Levy, City of Rockville

Jennifer R. Mahony, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Mina Wright, U.S. General Services Administration

NEXT-GENERATION ENGAGEMENT: DIGITAL TOOLS AND SOCIAL MEDIA

Adam Lubinsky, WXY architecture + urban design

Dan Reed, Just Up The Pike

Justine Shapiro-Kline, WXY architecture + urban design

Pete Tan, Silver Spring Inc.

BEYOND CONGESTION: TRANSPORTATION TRENDS, METRICS AND PREDICTIONS

Anjuli Bakhru, Fehr & Peers DC

Eric Stephen Graye, Montgomery County Planning Department

Alex Rixey, Fehr & Peers DC

A ROADMAP FOR THE FUTURE: PLANNING FOR DRIVERLESS VEHICLES

Adam F. Ducker, RCLCO

Wes Guckert, The Traffic Group, Inc.

ON DEMAND TRANSIT: OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSEQUENCES

Lora Byala, Foursquare ITP

Peter Hadley, Foursquare ITP

Charles Hostovsky, Catholic University of America

Sharada A. Strasmore, Catholic University of America

MANAGING GROWTH AND ITS IMPACT ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Bruce Crispell, Montgomery County Public Schools

Laurel Donaldson, WXY architecture + urban design

Pamela Dunn, Montgomery County Planning Department

George M. Janes, George M. Janes & Associates

Adam Lubinsky, WXY architecture + urban design

GETTING THE BALANCE RIGHT: CITIZENS, DEVELOPERS AND GOVERNMENT WORKING TOGETHER FOR BETTER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Melodie Bahan, Artspace

Jonathan Carr, Grosvenor Americas Development

Elza Hisel-McCoy, Montgomery County Planning Department

Reemberto Rodriguez, Silver Spring Regional County Services Center

Karen Roper, East Silver Spring Citizens Association

THE PURPLE LINE: OPPORTUNITY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OR THREAT TO COMMUNITY STABILITY?

Tom Hucker, Montgomery County Council

Deni Taveras, Prince George’s County Council

Joel Teitelbaum, Greater Lyttonsville Community Coalition

Last Updated: December 9, 2016