Jenn Todd-Goynes, CNU-A
Jenn has more than 15 years of experience leading transformational projects focused on how the nexus of people, places, and economy can create more vibrant, resilient, and sustainable communities. As a TIP senior consultant, Jenn manages projects that utilize her planning and recovery experience, as well as her knack for taking on big challenges that require visioning, strategic planning, and relationship building to achieve creative solutions and actionable strategies. Prior to joining the firm, Jenn worked for the City of Austin as a principal planner where she helped lead a citywide land development code rewrite, in addition to her work developing small area plans and a new departmental strategy. She also spent time at the District of Columbia Government where she led strategic projects in economic development and urban planning for the Office of Planning, Department of Transportation, and Department of Energy and Environment. With the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), she designed regional economic development strategies with a focus on disaster recovery, identified strategies for sustainable industry development, and was the lead author of RestoreYourEconomy.Org, a disaster recovery and resiliency-focused website. Jenn holds a Master of Science in Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin along with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from the University of Georgia. She lives in Denver with her husband, dog, and cat, enjoying frequent live music and riding her bike around town.