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Rodney Harrell, PhD, Director, Livable Communities
Areas of Expertise: Livable communities, housing, residential patterns and community development
Shannon Guzman, MA, MCP, Policy Research Senior Analyst
Areas of Expertise: Livable communities; smart growth policy; community planning; and land use, housing and transportation policy
Jana Lynott, AICP, MA, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor
Areas of Expertise: Livable communities, transportation and land use
Brad Gudzinas, PMP Senior Methods Advisor
Areas of Expertise: Livable communities, urban planning, transportation, policy research, data science and data-driven decision making
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