Tina is dedicated to providing socioeconomic and market analysis that enables responsible decision-making for both private and public sector clients. Feasibility, economic impacts, fiscal implications, and community needs all play important roles in designing development schematics and determining policy. For almost 25 years, she has brought this knowledge into play for projects that range from individual buildings to large-scale developments to municipal comprehensive plans and regional socioeconomic forecasts.
She has taken this perspective and expertise beyond the workplace into the classroom, having co-developed the Pratt Institute’s PSPD Applied Demography (Methods 1) course, as well as guest lecturing for other graduate planning programs. An active member of the American Planning Association, she has presented at APA’s National and multiple regional planning and data user conferences.
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With almost 25 years of experience in the demographic and economic assessment of plans, Tina provides a comprehensive perspective on how a design on any scale fits within the larger social, market and regulatory contexts.