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In October 2015, PlanPhilly reconstituted its advisory board. As of November 2017 these are the members of that board:
Kiki Bolender (Bolender Architects; Healthy Rowhouse Project), Brad Boone (JLL), Robert Cheetham (Azavea), Joanne Dahme (Philadelphia Water), Julie Donofrio (PennPraxis), John Gattuso (Liberty Property Trust), Michael Greenle, Nancy Goldenberg, Patrick Grossi (Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia), Prema Gupta (The Navy Yard), Greg Krykewycz (Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commisison), Beth McConnell (Philadelphia Association of CDCs), Beth Miller (Community Design Collaborative), Matt Ruben (Northern Liberties Neighbors Association; Central Delaware Advocacy Group), Rolando Sanchez (Impact Services Corporation), Craig Schelter (Developement Workshop), Sarah Clark Stuart (Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia), Mary Tracy (Scenic America / Scenic Philadelphia), and Robert Zuritsky (Parkway Corp.)
Ashley Hahn, Board Chair Emeritus.
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