Indiana Chapter - American Planning Association


Why I Became a Planner Blog Series – Cynthia Bowen

Posted on February 2nd, by Katie Bannon in Why I Became a Planner. No Comments

By Katie Bannon, AICP, APA-Indiana Communications Committee Chair

Today, Cynthia Bowen, AICP, leads the planning group for Rundell Ernstberger Associates (REA), an urban design, landscape architecture and planning consulting firm, but she began her undergraduate at Ball State intending to …

Why I Became a Planner Blog Series – Christy Langley, AICP

Posted on July 9th, by Nate Nickel in Why I Became a Planner. No Comments

By Nate Nickel

Christy Langley, AICP is the Director of Planning & Development for the City of Noblesville. In this role she is responsible for developing a long range planning program with goals, objectives and implementation measures for the City. …

Planning at Another Level

Posted on January 5th, by Katie Bannon in Technology. No Comments

By Mark McCormack, Southern Region Representative

In an earlier blog entry this year, I referenced some of the uses of social media related to the planning profession—a potential tool that most of us are familiar with but don’t necessarily use. …

Planners Embracing Change in Columbus

Posted on March 19th, by Nate Nickel in APA Indiana, Conference. No Comments

By: Nate Nickel

With the theme of “Embracing Change”, the 2013 APA-IN spring conference was held on March 15th at the Commons in downtown Columbus, Indiana. Over a hundred planning professionals from across the state were in attendance. As the …