Curtis’ mission is to equip communities with the tools they need to plan, design, and build more resilient and vibrant places. Curtis brings eight years of experience including positions with the National Park Service, the City of Chicago Mayor’s Office, and the Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT). His work has been awarded several accolades including a Chicago River Blue Award, 1st Place in the USEPA’s Campus RainWorks Challenge, and 1st Place in the CNT Sustainability Apps Competition. Curtis earned a Masters of Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a BS from Wheaton College, and a certificate in Land Resource Analysis from the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies. Curtis enjoys bike riding, snowboarding, reading, and exploring new cities and neighborhoods.