• Jazz Market New Orleans Audience Seating
    Jazz Market New Orleans Audience Seating
    Trumpeting a cultural revival
    <strong>Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market</strong>&nbsp; <em>New Orleans, Louisiana</em>

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  • Southside
    Ten acres that transformed a city #thisiscnu

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  • Mercado District | Tucson, Arizona
    A timeless place from the ground up. #thisiscnu

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  • A unique building becomes a hub for historic neighborhoods
    <strong>Ponce City Market</strong> <em>Atlanta, GA</em>

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  • A mixed-use center for town and gown
    <strong>Storrs Center</strong> <em>Mansfield, CT</em>

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  • From parking lot to urban tour-de-force
    <strong>UCLA Weyburn</strong>&nbsp;<em>Los Angeles, California</em>

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  • Historic arcade houses young professionals
    <strong>Microlofts at The Arcade Providence</strong>&nbsp;<em>Providence, Rhode Island</em>

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  • Expanding options for a car-oriented suburban area
    <strong>Village of Providence</strong> <em>Huntsville, AL</em>

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Stephanie Bothwell, Jury Chair

Principal, Stephanie Bothwell Urban and Landscape Design, LLC

A landscape architect and urban designer working across the scales from cities and towns to parks and gardens. Currently, she is creating the civic realm for a new town on a brownfield site in East Beach, Norfolk, Virginia.  She previously established and directed the American Institute of Architects Center for Livable Communities.  Bothwell has been heavily involved in urban education as landscape architectural faculty at Rhode Island School of Design, Auburn University, the Federal HOPE VI public housing program and the National Charrette Institute. Her work highlighting the relationship between design and health helped introduce the importance of walkability to community building.  She focuses on a collaborative community process that draws on the history of the people and the place. She served on the CNU national board, is the CNU DC Chapter Chair, and was named a CNU Fellow in 2015. 

Jennifer Hurley

Principal, Hurley-Franks & Associates

Jennifer Hurley, CNU-A, is a principal at Hurley-Franks & Associates with a deep background in planning, coding, community design, and facilitation. Her planning career encompasses work across the country involving urban revitalization, dispute resolution and community visioning, strategic planning, neighborhood planning, transportation, and land development. Hurley serves as Treasurer on the CNU Board of Directors.

Margie Ruddick

Principal, Margie Ruddick Landscape

For over twenty years, Margie Ruddick has been recognized for her pioneering work in the landscape. Winner of the 2013 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in landscape architecture, Margie has forged a design language that integrates ecology and culture.

Daniel Solomon

Partner, Mithun

Daniel Solomon is an architect and urban designer whose 42-year career combines achievements in professional practice with academic pursuits of teaching and writing. As a Design Partner, he brings extensive experience and expertise to the design of integral affordable housing and urban infill projects. His commitment to urban repair and the construction and reconstruction of urban neighborhoods also extends beyond his project work.

Scot Spencer

Associate Director, Annie E. Casey Foundation

Scot Spencer leads the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s work in advancing community-focused policies, practices and strategies. Trained as an architect, Spencer is an expert on placemaking, the built environment, and the community design and development. His work at the Foundation focuses on how neighborhoods shape outcomes for residents, families, and children. Spencer also coordinates Casey’s local advocacy efforts in Baltimore.

Amy Weinstein

Architect, Gensler

Amy Weinstein is a Washington, DC–based architect working with Gensler. Previously, Weinstein was a principal of Weinstein Associates Architects for 20 years and a principal with Esocoff & Associates for eight years. An expert on human-scale design in affordable housing, Weinstein has worked on residential projects including 400 Massachusetts Ave. and The Jefferson at Penn Quarter in the District as well as The Beacon in Arlington.

June Williamson

Associate Professor, City College of New York

June Williamson is an architect and urban designer and Associate Professor at the Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York/CUNY. A widely published author, she is a noted expert on urban design strategies and tactics for retrofitting suburban sprawl. She has previously taught and practiced in Boston, Salt Lake City, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.