Stephanie R.A. Hacker, AICP, LEED AP, Adjunct Professor
Stephanie R. Allewalt, an accredited professional with the American Insitute of Certified Planners (AICP) and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP) program, has over 10 years of experience as a planning consultant and neighborhood revitalization specialist for both the private and public sector. At the core of Stephanie’s interests is utilizing planning principles to build a central vision and establish supporting systems that kick-start physical change. Stephanie’s professional endeavors earned her a place among the National Housing Institute’s 6 Under 36 in community development (2011), the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 (2012), and the Next American City Vanguard program (2012).
Master of Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Bachelor of Arts in Geography, Augustana College
URBPLAN 140 - Issues in Contemporary Urban Planning
Rooflines Blogger, 2012, National Housing Institute.
"Use Planning to Filter and Focus," Shelterforce, Summer 2011, Montclair, NJ: National Housing Institute.
Thurston Woods Neighborhood Plan Update, March 2011, Agape Community Center.
Portraits of Great American Scientists. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2001.