This month’s CPL webinar, “Ethics in Planning,” is taking place on October 28 at 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT.
Ethical dilemmas face planners daily, and during this webinar our panel will have a lively conversation about a planner’s ethical responsibility and how it applies in everyday scenarios. The panel will address questions such as:
- How can planners circumnavigate conflict of interest?
- When is professionalism required?
- Why is it important for planners’ to be transparent and accountable?
Cheryll Case is the founder of CP Planning, a non-profit planning firm that applies artistic and creative methods to build bridges between stakeholders to develop programs and policies that reflect housing as a human right, support urban agriculture, and improves access to arts and culture opportunities.
Karen Wolf, FAICP
Karen Wolf, FAICP, has dedicated her career to public stewardship and advancing the benefits of planning. She is recently retired from King County, Washington where she served as a trusted advisor to elected leaders. She is serving her second term as a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Commission (Region V) and is the incoming AICP President-elect. Karen has served on numerous AICP task forces, including the CM Equity Credit Task Force, which recently established the new Equity credit requirement.
Dana Anderson, RPP, FCIP
Dana Anderson is a professional planner with over 30 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. She has worked with various levels of government, developers, and the public to manage change and build new communities through her work. Dana was the Chief Planner for Oakville for several years where she helped to develop and implement their new Official Plan and Zoning By-law. She has also successfully managed several complex redevelopment and master plan projects across Ontario.