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Mayor Jim Brainard
City of Carmel, Indiana
Mayor Jim Brainard is Carmel, Indiana’s first six-term mayor. During his leadership, Carmel has grown in population from 25,000 to more than 80,000, and has become a vibrant, thriving city with transformed patterns of transportation and development.
Dover, Kohl & Partners
Victor Dover is an expert on how to fix our streets, and in the process, shape enduring cities that people really love. His work spans 25 years and five continents as a cofounder of award-winning town planning firm Dover, Kohl & Partners.
Urban Planning for the American City
Toni L. Griffin works with cities as the founder of Urban Planning for the American City, with projects including Detroit Future City, a comprehensive citywide framework for urban transformation. She is developing values-based planning methodologies through the Just City Design Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
A New Dallas
Patrick Kennedy is a planner and urban designer, focusing on the relationship between movement infrastructure design and real estate market dynamics. He is also the co-founder of his design firm Space Between Design Studio and of A New Dallas, a non-profit promoting transportation alternatives and neighborhood revitalization.
Project for Public Spaces
As founder and president of Project for Public Spaces, Fred Kent is a leading authority on revitalizing city spaces. He travels more than 150,000 miles every year, working on hundreds of projects since 1975. He has taken over half a million photographs of public spaces and their users.
Street Plans Collaborative
Susan Silberberg is an accomplished city planner, urban designer, architect, author, and educator. She is the lead author of Places in the Making, a 2013 publication on placemaking by MIT. She is passionate about empowering communities to take charge of positive change.
Marcus Westbury is the founder of the multi-award-winning Renew Newcastle and Renew Australia projects that have helped launch more than two hundred creative and community projects in Newcastle, New South Wales, and reopened more than a hundred vacant properties across Australia.