An urban planner with over 20 years of experience, Eric is a big-picture thinker who transitions seamlessly from broader policy considerations to intricate design details. He values the process of collaborating with, and learning from, other professional disciplines and diverse stakeholders to create equitable and inspiring places.
Eric’s work at RHI ranges from land use planning and urban design guidelines to neighborhood revitalization, transportation initiatives, and the design of public spaces. He is also a founding staff member of RHI’s nonprofit arm, Plan + Place, where he serves as Senior Program Manager. Both at RHI and through prior work, Eric has contributed to national initiatives to promote child-friendly cities, healthy communities, and smart growth.
An AICP-certified planner, Eric holds a Master in City Planning and a Certificate in Urban Design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College.
In an alternate life, Eric might have become a food writer or music archivist.