National Charrette Institute
Director, National Charrette InstituteHuman Ecology Building, Room 112C
Area of Expertise:
Community engagement, placemaking, transportation and walkability.
Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from the University of Alabama and a Master's degree in Urban & Regional Planning from Michigan State University.
Holly Madill is the director of the National Charrette Institute at Michigan State University. Previously at MSU, she assisted both the Planning & Zoning Center at MSU and the Land Policy Institute in research and outreach projects related to land use, placemaking and strategic growth.
Over the course of the last 20 years, Madill has developed a diverse set of skills, while coordinating and leading projects around a wide range of topics for the private, nonprofit, institutional and public sectors. She specializes in community engagement, placemaking, transportation and walkability, as well as development of trainings, surveys (including analysis) and proposals. She is a trainer for the MSU Extension Citizen Planner Program and the Zoning Administrator Certificate Program.
Madill is a graduate of the NCI Charrette System and NCI Charrette Management and Facilitation certificate programs. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from the University of Alabama and a Master's degree in Urban & Regional Planning from Michigan State University.
Tags: faculty outreach