Eliza Juliano donated 2019-11-04 19:31:07 -0500
Becoming a Lifetime Member of the Congress for the New Urbanism demonstrates commitment and leadership within the new urbanist movement and supports the organization over the long term.
CNU's Lifetime members receive the same great benefits as our annual Urbanist members – inclusion in our public member directory, our monthly newsletter, membership in your local Chapter, free postings on our our Jobs & RFP board, CNU-A eligibility, a deep discount on registration for our annual Congress, and the rest of our partner discounts. They also receive early access to Congress registration, an exclusive Lifetime Member pin, an invitation to the President's Luncheon, and the satisfaction of knowing that their contribution is helping to endow CNU's future.
Please consider joining your friends and colleagues in supporting CNU with a Lifetime membership today.
CNU Lifetime Members
Russell Preston Thomas Comitta Howard Ahmanson Richard Oram Nathan Norris Larry Gould Marcy McInelly Christopher Volk-Zimmerman Laura Heery Michael Lander Nadia Mimouni Eliza Juliano Dhiri Thadani Chuck Johnston Grant Humphreys Steve Borman Frank Starkey Laurie Volk Raymond Gindroz Robert Chapman Todd Zimmerman Brock Kyle
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Your contributions support programming such as the Legacy Projects, Charter Awards, and Project for Code Reform, as well as publications like The 25 Great Ideas of New Urbanism and Freeways Without Futures, plus our signature journal, Public Square.
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I plan beautiful places that give people choices. As a Principal at Canin Associates, I help developers and communities build and rebuild neighborhoods where walking or biking to run an errand or go to school is a safe and pleasant experience. We design places that work for tweens, grandmas, and everyone in between.
I went to high school in a suburb where I was trapped until I got my driver’s license. At CNU, I learned it didn’t have to be that way. We have choices about what kind of communities we want to build for ourselves and our kids.
In addition to advising communities as my day job, I spend many nights serving on community committees and nonprofit boards to make the place I live safer and more comfortable for people who want to or have to walk to work, the grocery store, or wherever else life takes them.
I served on CNU Board from 2012 - 2018 and the chair/co-chair of CNU NextGen prior to 2012. Locally I serve as the point of contact for CNU Orlando and as a board member of Bike/Walk Central Florida.