Sean joined Stantec after managing his own planning and development firm that focused on economic development, urban planning, revitalization, feasibility studies, affordable housing, and land development across the U.S. He has built numerous mixed-use and mixed-income projects in Central Texas and leads a nonprofit affordable housing organization in East Austin. He has collaborated on large-scale Innovation projects and small-scale revitalization projects across many states including Texas, Florida, Mississippi, Idaho, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, California, and Washington. Sean speaks English and French fluently and can speak conversational Spanish. He also learned Swahili and Kirundi while working in Burundi, East Africa with the Peace Corps.
Tuesday, February 20, 2024
3:45pm – 5:00pm
Hilton Austin, Governor's Salon E, Floor 4
The reality of remote and hybrid working models present an opportunity for many suburban areas to reimagine themselves as more complete communities. The inclusion of more gentle, dense housing is an essential part of current suburban retrofitting strategies. This panel will feature a moderated discussion with national experts on the trends and mix of land uses that are transforming the suburbs and the role that Equitable Transit Oriented Development (E-TOD) policies are playing in creating more diverse and inclusive communities. This session is eligible for 1.25 AICP credits. Sign-in sheets will be available at the conference.