Current Staff

Frank Russell
Frank Russell is the Director of the University of Cincinnati Community Design Center and the Niehoff Urban Studio and is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Practice in Planning and Urban Design. He is a Registered Architect and Urban Designer. He came to the University of Cincinnati in 1990, helping to establish the Center for Urban Design in 1990 and serving as Assistant Director and Adjunct Associate Professor. There he provided teaching, research, and community outreach in professional architectural and urban design. He has carried out numerous community based urban design and architecture projects throughout Cincinnati and since 1996 has directed the Community Design Center, a state sponsored community outreach department of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Beginning in 2002 Frank initiated the Niehoff Urban Studio in partnership with the DAAP School of Architecture and and Interior Design and the School of Planning. This studio, located off-campus in Corryville, provides credit bearing interdisciplinary coursework of students of a variety of disciplines focused on issues relevant to the center city. The purpose of the studio is to engage community stakeholders with students and faculty in an problem solving design and research activity.

Russell has written for Cities: the International Journal of Policy and Planning, Design Review: Challenging Urban Aesthetic Control (Chapman and Hall, 1994), and co-edited New Directions in Urban Public Housing (CUPR Press, Rutgers 1998). Frank Russell has been the recipient of major grants from the Ohio Arts Council and the American Architectural Foundation/National Endowment for the Arts, and has directed the Midwest Regional Mayor’s Institute on City Design sponsored by the AAF, NEA, and the US Conference of Mayors. He holds an A.B. Art from Vassar College(1983), received an Architecture Internship at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York City (1985), and a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (1989). Frank Russell has served as a Commissioner of the Cincinnati Park Board, the Cincinnati Recreation Commission, and as Chair of the Urban Design Committee of AIA Cincinnati. He currently serves as a Trustee of the Cincinnati Zoo,is a board member of the Cincinnati Riverfront Advisory Council, and the Over-the-Rine Foundation.

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Ana Ozaki
Ana Ozaki is a former graduate student from the Master of Community Planning and Master of Science in Architecture programs at UC. She also has a dual degree from Brazil in Architecture and Urbanism and Fine Arts (printmaking) from the Federal University of Parana and the School of Music and Fine Arts of Parana, respectively. Since August 2014, she has been the program coordinator and project manager for the Community Design Center and the Niehoff Urban Studio. Her major contributions are community outreach, social medias, publications, and production of events. Her interests are all types of artistic and cultural expressions, architecture, urban sociology, history, traveling, food, and, above all, people.
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Graduated from Miami University with a BA in Women's Studies and a minor in Geography. Worked for several years doing advocacy work in Cincinnati with populations of domestic violence survivors experiencing homelessness. Applied to UC's Masters of Community Planning program to pursue advocacy work related to housing from another perspective.  Is navigating related connections to planning and finding much interest in the connections between Urban Planning and Public Health, particularly related to public policy and the built environment. Currently a second year and expecting to graduate Summer 2015.
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Pooja Kashyap is a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati pursuing a Master of Architecture. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Minor in Sustainability from the University of Cincinnati. As former president of Students for Ecological Design, she developed her passion for public interest design and environmentally responsible architecture. She has worked at sustainable design firms in San Francisco, Seattle, Cincinnati, and Washington D.C. In the summer of 2014, Pooja joined the Community Design Center to work on the Healthy Corner Stores Project where she applys her expertise from several Kroger-sponsored design studios focused on the future of urban grocery. 
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Kelly joined the Niehoff Studio and Community Design Center beginning in April 2013. Kelly assists with program development and managing technical service projects within the Community Design Center. Kelly approaches challenges with an interdisciplinary perspective stemming from her background in both planning and design. She holds a Master's Degree in Urban Planning (MUP) and Urban Design (MUD) from The University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) from The Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to her work at The University of Cincinnati, Kelly worked at The Graham Sustainability Institute, at the University of Michigan, as the Outreach Coordinator for climate change planning efforts. Additionally, she assisted the Detroit Climate Action Collaborative (DCAC) in the development of a community lead climate action plan for the City of Detroit. DCAC's efforts have been recognized by President Obama's White House Champions of Change Program. Kelly has also worked on urban design visioning for climate adaptation in Manhattan, NY. This collaborative work was featured in The Atlantic Cities shortly after Hurricane Sandy in December 2012.
Mehri Mohebbi
Mehri Mohebbi is a Persian architect and poetess, working on her PhD in Regional Planning at the "College of Design, Arts, Architecture and Planning", UC. She has a master in architectural engineering from the University of Tehran and five years of academic experiences at the University of Semnan. She has been national delegate of Isocarp in Iran for three years. Her main research interest is Public Spaces, Gender Issues in Urban Contexts and Livable Communities.
Jonathan Schmitz
Jonathan is an undergraduate student in Industrial Design at the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning.  Interested in functionality and user-based design, he hopes to design products to help people live better.  A tennis enthusiast, Jonathan tries to be on the court as much as he can in his free time, and would love to design tennis equipment.​
Heather Kereluik
Heather Kereluik is a Graphic Communication Design major at the college of Design, Architecture, Art, & Planning. She also is the co-founder and president of the DAAPcares student group, which is dedicated to Social and Public Interest Design. It is an interdisciplinary outlet of DAAP and non-DAAP students to explore how to use the DAAP disciplines for humanitarian causes. Heather also enjoys going to the Edge House campus ministry, swing dancing, singing, and watching cartoons.
Emad Rashid
Emad is an undergraduate Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati, College of DAAP. He enjoys the Urban Design aspect of Urban Planning and dreams of being able to design a college campus one day. While pursuing his degree, Emad also works as a photographer and videographer in the Cincinnati area, shooting things such as music videos, documentaries, and live concert performances for both local and national artists. He enjoys nearly every aspect of art and likes to stay creative. Emad is currently on co-op and plans to return to the Community Design Center in the Spring of 2014. 

Sungik Kang
Sungik is an graduate student in Urban Planning at the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. He enjoys Urban Design and expanded his understanding of urban design and his graphic skills in SketchUp as an intern in the summer of 2013.

 
Mary Knight
Mary Knight is a Graphic Communication Design major at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Mary is a member of the club water polo team at UC. In her free time, Mary enjoys running, cooking new food, reading, and discovering new places.
Sarah Kusuma
Sarah Kusuma is a graduate student working on a Masters of Architecture at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Communication Design from Carnegie Mellon University, and experience in exhibit design. She is interested in sustainability, designing for social issues, and learning anything new.
Jesse Larkins
Born in Marion Ohio, Jesse was predominantly raised just north of Dayton, Ohio. While attending Ohio University he developed an understanding and appreciation for design while studying Fine Arts, leading to a degree in Interior Architecture. Maintaining a keen passion of music, world history and natural sciences, Jesse hopes to further develop his knowledge and skill sets of design pertaining to performing arts both while obtaining a Masters of Architecture degree from UC and once out of school.
Linnea Wilson
Linnea is a senior electronic media student. She is working as the Niehoff Studio Video Intern for the Fall 2013 term. Linnea enjoys working in the digital video world. After graduation, in the spring 2014, she hopes to find a job that exhibits her creativity with video production.
Fei Yang
Fei is a master student of Community Planning at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She holds a bachelor degree of Land Management from China. Fei completed an internship at the Niehoff Studio in the summer of 2013, where she sharpened her graphic design and community planning skills. She is interested in GIS techniques and urban design. Fei is a true urbanist believing that the city makes life better.
   

Sang Jun Park
Sang Jun is a Master of Community Planning Student at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He holds a Bachelors degree from Michigan State University in Urban Planning.He is interested in Environmental Planning and Crime Prevention with Spatial Analysis using GIS. Sang Jun enjoys making crafts and he designed and built his parents house in 2006. Sang Jun wants to be a planner for the people.

Yoonsun Chang
Yoonsun Chang is a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She earned her Bachelors of Fine Art degree in Visual Communication Design from Kyung-Hee University at South Korea. She enjoys adventures of going to different countries, finding delicious places to eat, going to contemporary art museums and watching movies.

Bobby Boone
Bobby Boone is a Second year Masters of Community Planning Candidate with specialization in Economic Development. Bobby completed his undergraduate degree in architectural studies at Florida A&M University. His professional interests include gentrification research and policy, sustainable developments, and business administration.  In his free time he enjoys listening to music, traveling, and doing random things. Bobby has also practiced karate and has a black belt rank.

Naomi Ng
Naomi Ng is a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009. Naomi grew up in the state of Hawaii, where she has great memories of visiting her grandfatheri’s watercress farm on Maui. She began at the CDC in April 2010. Her work involves studying regional agricultural production and capacity, urban agriculture, and produce auctions. Her personal interests are traveling, playing musical instruments, and of course, food.
Dominique Delucia
Dominique Delucia is a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Dominique started working at the CDC in April of 2010 as a graphic designer. In her free time she enjoys reading, running, eating ice cream, and visiting art exibits.

Rachel Lee
Rachel Lee is a sophomore graphic design major at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Rachel is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at UC.  In her free time, Rachel enjoys crossing things off her bucket list, cooking, photography, and trying foods from different countries.

Kimberly Scaff
Kimberly scaff is a junior photojournalism major at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences. Kimberly is a member of the H2O group at UC. In her spare time she enjoys reading, taking photos, and volunteering at her church.

Dugan Murphy
Dugan Murphy is a graduate of UC DAAP’s Bachelor of Urban Planning and Master of Community Planning programs. He relocated to Cincinnati from his hometown of Portland, Maine in 2006 to start the bachelor's program and moved back to Maine in 2012 after finishing the master's program. He worked for the CDC in between 2008 and 2012 on a variety of projects involving GIS spatial analysis, demographic analysis, info graphics, 3D modeling, technical writing, and web development.

Read Dugan’s employee profile, written by CDC staffer Kimberly Scaff.
Juliana Silveira
Juliana Silveira worked at the CDC as a Graduate student at the Master of Community Planning program at UC . She is a licensed architect and urban planner in Brazil since 2001. Her work experience includes private and public architectural and planning projects such as parks, transportation corridors, culture & tourism, and master plans for cities above 20,000 inhabitants. She has worked at the CDC since Fall Quater 2008. Her interests are getting to know people, places, and how they interact.

Ashley Keith
Ashley Keith is a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Ashley worked for the CDC during the winter quarter of 2012. She enjoys spending time with her son and she loves playing sports.

Leila Loezer
Leila Loezer is enrolled in the Master of Community Planning and in the Master of Science in Architecture programs at the University of Cincinnatiís College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She holds a Bachelors of Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Parana, Brazil. She has working experience in architecture firms and at the Curitibaís Popular Housing Company. Her interests include sustainable architecture and urban design, EcoVillages, and intentional communities. She enjoys reading, dancing, and traveling.
Clare Norwood
Clare Norwood was a graduate student in the Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning while working for the CDC. She holds a Bachelor degree from Kenyon College in Art History. Her academic interests and work and the Community Design Center focuses on food systems and food accessibility. Clare enjoys cooking, contemporary art, reading, late-night snacking and a gazillion other things.
Kingkini Roy
Kingkini Roy worked at the CDC while finishing up her Master of Science in Architecture thesis at the University of Cincinnati. She holds a professional Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi and is a licensed architect in India since 2006. She is interested in architectural design, particularly in historic settings and has a Certificate in Historic Preservation from University of Cincinnati. She has worked considerably in historic preservation and also has experience in interpretation and representation of historic sites for visitor centers and museum exhibit designs. She is working at the CDC since Fall 2009 as a research associate and administrative assistant.
Juliana Zanotto
Juliana Zanotto holds Masters degrees in Community Planning and Science in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She holds a Bachelors of Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Parana, Brazil. She has worked in architecture offices, governmental institutions and development corporations. Her interests include urban design, physical planning, urban sociology and Latin American cities. Juliana worked for the CDC from January 2009 until summer 2010.
Waleed Alzamil
Waleed was a graduate student in the Community Planning Program at the University of Cincinnati. He has a Masters as well as a Bachelors degree in Urban Planning from King Saud University in Saudi Arabia. He has also been a Lecturer at the King Saud University in the department of Urban Planning for a little more than six years. He worked at the CDC over the Summer of 2010 on Affordable Housing in Uptown, looking at the exisiting housing situation in Uptown as well as future expectations.
Kelly Langdon
Kelly worked at the CDC as a Masters of Education student at the University of Cincinnati. Her focus is on community and international art education. She holds a BA in Art History and Italian from The Ohio State University. Her goal is to start community art programs in Africa. Also, she likes music and eating.
Adrian Vainisi
Adrian Vainisi is a student in the Bachelor of Urban Planning Program. He is ethnically Sicillian and was born and raised in Cincinnati. A former electrician with an Associate’s degree in business, he was born on Saint Valentine’s Day and enjoys riding his father’s Litespeed bicycle, especially in Indiana. Adrian also enjoys Thai food and uses Siracha sauce as others do ketchup.
Robert Jacobson
Robert Jacobson was a graduate student in the Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnatiís College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning where he is specializing in urban design while he worked at the CDC. Robert received a Certificate in GIS from the University of Cincinnati (2006) and he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering Technology from the University of Hartford (Class of 2003). Robert is also a Connecticut Firefighter/MRT and in his spare time likes to run, hike, and cycle. In April of 2010, Robert began working at the CDC as a graphic designer.
Fabrizio Pusceddu
Fabrizio Pusceddu was a visiting scholar at the CDC and a PhD candidate in Architecture and Planning at the University of Sassari, Italy. He holds a Bachelorís degree in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Alghero. His fields of interest are architecture and urban design, but his research include studying about space perception trhough the recent neuroscientific discoveries and "the space to call action".He is currently in the US as an exchange student at the University of Cincinnati and working at the CDC since February 2010 as a short-term researcher.
Craig Moyer
Craig Moyer was enrolled in the Bachelor of Planning program at the University of Cincinnatiís College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning while working for the CDC. Craig is primarily interested in Urban Design, Adaptive Reuse, and Architecture. In his free time he enjoys photographing buildings, and exploring Cincinnati. Craig started working for the CDC in September 2009.
Joseph DePauw
Joe DePauw worked at the CDC as a student in the University of Cincinnati Bachelors of Science in Architecture Program. A native of Cincinnati, he is interested in the betterment of his community and works with Habitat fo Humanity in his free time. At the CDC, Joe is working with the Uptown Consortium on a project to renovate an old store in the Avondale Business District and revitalize the area as well as on the St. Michaels Community Kitchen Project.
Chad Kinsella
Chad Kinsella is currently a PhD candidate in the Political Science Department and an MA student in the Geography Department the University of Cincinnati. His fields of interest are Parties and Elections, Public Opinion, Federalism and Comparative Politics. He is also working on political geography, specifically electoral geography, which calls for cross disciplinary work in both political science and geography. He also has a Masterís Degree from Eastern Kentucky University in Public Administration with a focus on Community Development and has worked in the political and non-profit fields. He has a Bachelorís Degree from the Georgetown College (KY) where he had a double major in Political Science and History and was also member of the football team.
Weiqun Chen
Weiqun Chen was a graduate student from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Cincinnati while working for the CDC. Before working at the Community Design Center, he worked at Motorola in Florida and China. His area is wireless communication; however, he has more fun while working with planners. He worked at the CDC until 2009.
Emily Heintzelman
Emily Heintzelman is graduate of the Master of Community Planning program at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning and descendent of General Samuel Peter Heintzelman. She holds a BFA from Ohio University in Graphic Design. She worked at the CDC from the winter of 2008 until fall 2009 and never was the webmaster. Her interests include pumping iron, clementines and flying kites.
Kate Tans
Kate Tans is a rising second year Master of Architecture student at University of Cincinnati. She received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Tech. Her last year at Georgia Tech was spent living abroad in Paris, and attending an international architecture school. Since then, she has co-oped at EHDD Architecture in San Francisco,CA and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity in Charleston, SC. She worked for the CDC in summer of 2009.
Eleanor Luken
Eleanor Luken is graduate of the Master of Science in Architecture program at the University of Cincinnati. She also holds a Bachelors in Fine Arts from the University of Louisville, specializing in textile design and political science. Her masters thesis and work at the CDC researched children as a distinct environmental user group and proposed how behavioral information can be integrated into the design process of a nature-based playground. Other interests include 20th century architectural history, critical theory, grassroots community planning, and 3D visualization.
Lizbeth Ruiz
Lizbeth Ruiz is a graduate of the master in Community Planning program at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She earned her degree from Simon Bolivar University in Venezuela. Lizbeth has worked for Habitat for Humanity Venezuela, financial institutions, and a construction management firm.
Brad Kearns
Brad Kearns is a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. A native of Cincinnati, he is interested in historic preservation and adaptive re-use of old buildings. He worked for the CDC in summer of 2009.
Sarah Sokoloski
Sarah Sokoloski is an Interior Design student at the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning at UC and is in the initial stages of her senior design project. In her free time she enjoys cooking with friends and trying different foods.
Nicholas Green
Nick Green is a BS Architecture Student at the University of Cincinnati. Originally hailing from Michigan, his interest is in the design of unique single family residences. Traditional Japanese Architecture is one of his favorite styles. Nick’s non-architectural interests include mythology, philosophy, and Japanese animation.
Brayden McLaughlin
Brayden McLaughlin is a graduate of the Masters of Community Planning program at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Brayden focused on the urban design aspect of planning, emphasizing historical restoration and New Urbanism. He has worked on the Anyang Newtown Project, Cincinnati Riverfront Project, Mariemont Preservation Foundation Walking Tourbook, and the Anderson Township Studio. He has since moved back to his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.
David Mann
David Mann is a graduate of the Master of Community Planning program at DAAP. His interest in urban agriculture and the role of Planning in regional food systems guided his thesis project. He enjoys cooking, camping and traveling. Among the myriad modes of transport that exist, David thinks road bikes, gliders, and kayaks are especially swell.
Amanda Huber
Amanda Huber is a graduate of the Master of Anthropology program at the University of Cincinnati’s McMicken College of Arts & Sciences. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Virginia. Amanda studied the role of religious organizations in community development as a Taft-Niehoff Community Scholar Graduate Assistant.
Patrick Kennealy
Patrick Kennealy was a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Sciences. He holds a masters degree in Rural Sociology from Auburn University and he is interested in studying and facilitating grassroots community development processes. In his spare time he enjoys hiking and rehabbing inner city homes. Patrick worked for the CDC from September 2008 until summer 2009.
Belgin Gumru
Belgin Gumru is graduate of the Master of Community Planning program at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She holds a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning degree from Istanbul Technical University in Istanbul, Turkey. She worked at the Community Design Center from Summer 2007 until Fall 2008.
Erin Dornbusch
Erin Dornbusch is a graduate of the Bachelor of Urban Studies program at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She worked at the Community Design Center from Spring 2006 until fall 2007.
Mike Benkert
Mike Benkert is a Master of Architecture student at DAAP and graduate of the school’s undergraduate architecture program. He is especially interested in sustainable/affordable design and has been heavily involved with UC’s Habitat for Humanity project. He has co-oped with William McDonough + Partners in Charlottesville, Virginia and has served as President of Students for Ecological Design (SED). Mike is an avid runner and hopes to run a marathon within the next few years.
William Basil
William Basil is a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). He worked with the Community Design Center from April 2008 through June 2008 and is a proud Eagle Scout.
Ryan Johnson
Ryan Johnson is a graduate of the Master of Community Planning program at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He holds a Bachelor degree of economics from UC. He worked at the Community Design Center in the Fall of 2007.
Melony Stambaugh
Melony Stambaugh is a graduate of the Master of Anthropology program at the University of Cincinnati’s McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Cultural Studies from Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, KY. She worked at the Community Design Center in the fall of 2007 as a Taft-Niehoff Community Scholar Graduate Assistant.
Holy Siefke
Holy Siefke was a digital design student at the college of DAAP. She transferred to UC from Columbia College of Chicago where she spent 2 years of her college career. She worked at the Community Design Center in the Winter of 2007.
Genevieve Rainsberger
Genevieve Rainsberger was a Bachelor of Planning student at DAAP. She worked at the Community Design Center from 2007 to 2008. In has served as president for Students for Ecological Design, enjoys relishing in the urban spirit, and has goals of learning how to grow her own sprouts.
Corey DiRutigliano
Corey DiRutigliano was in the Masters of Architecture program at the University of Cincinnati. He holds a bachelors degree from the Knowlton School of Architecture at the Ohio State University; after graduation from OSU he moved directly on to the DAAP program in hopes of avoiding food service as a permanent career choice. His employment with the CDC was to develop a greater understanding of Uptown and advance his knowledge of Urban Planning/Design. He also never combs his hair.
Chris Parsley
Chris was a Master of Architecture student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the UC’s DAAP. He worked at the Community Design center in the Winter of 2008.
Brendan Weaver
Brendan Weaver was a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. In the past, he has worked not only for UC’s Center for Sustainable Engineering, but also for a prestigious UC research doctor. In his free time, he tends to his urban garden in Over-the-Rhine. He worked at the Community Design Center in the Winter of 2007.
Conan Gibson
Conan Gibson was a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He worked at the Community Design Center in the Spring of 2007. He enjoys long walks on the beach and big furry dogs.
Duygu Karadeniz
Duygu Karadeniz was a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She has a Bachelor degree in Urban Planning from Izmir Institute of Technology in Izmir, Turkey. She worked at the Community Design Center in the Winter of 2007.
David Alpern
David Alpern is a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He worked at the Community Design Center between Winter 2007 and Spring 2007.
Erika Sotzing
Erika Sotzing is a former Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She has a Bachelor degree in Architectural and Environmental Design from Bowling Green State University. She worked at the Community Design Center between Fall 2005 and Spring 2006.
Margaret Ambrosino
Margaret Ambrosino is a former Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She earned her Bachelor degree in Communications with minors in English Literature and Italian from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Margaret is also a graduate of the United States Peace Corps Language and Technical Training Program and a former Peace Corps volunteer. She worked at the Community Design Center in the Summer of 2006.
Sylvia Gugu
Sylvia Gugu was a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She holds a Bachelor of Urban Design degree from the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism in Bucharest, Romania. She worked at the Community Design Center in Summer 2006.
Mary Vann
Mary Vann was a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She holds a Bachelor degree from Indiana University in Public Affairs as well as an Associate in Applied Science/Legal from Southwestern Michigan College.
Scott McGrath
Scott McGrath was a Bachelor of Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. He worked at the Community Design Center between Winter 2006 and Winter 2007.
Thea Munchel
Thea Muchel was a Master of Community Planning student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She also holds a Bachelor degree in fine arts (sculpture) from UC's DAAP. She worked at the Community Design Center between Summer 2006 and Winter 2007.