Lisa Dunaway, AICP, LEED AP
In addition to her work as the President of Sensible Ecology, Ms. Dunaway is an Instructor of Urban Planning at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Her specialties include neighborhood planning, urban ecology, graphic design, physical planning, and community engagement. After forming Sensible Ecology in 2010, Ms. Dunaway has completed numerous projects involving planning for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, neighborhood plans, website creation, and community engagement. Sensible Ecology became a Women-Owned Business Enterprise in 2018, and Ms. Dunaway is the sole owner.
Ms. Dunaway has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Ball State University and a Master of Science in Natural Resources degree, with a specialization in Ecological Planning, from the University of Vermont. She is also a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners and a LEED Accredited Professional. She has worked as a landscape architectural designer, urban planner, and ecological planner since 2003.
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Kyle Johnson, GISP
Mr. Johnson began his career as a GIS Planner for the Delaware-Muncie Metropolitan Plan Commission from 2001 to 2005. Then Mr. Johnson became the GIS Coordinator for the Delaware County GIS Department. He is a certified GIS Professional (GISP) from the Geographic Information Systems Certification Institute. His duties include the administration of the GIS Department, including supervising the GIS Parcel Technician and internship and graduate assistant positions. Mr. Johnson also has extensive knowledge of website design and has created dozens of websites throughout his career.
He also serves on several boards including as chair for the Muncie Bicycle-Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BikeMuncie), the Delaware County Information Technology Committee, the ECI Regional Planning District Board, and the Cardinal Greenway Board of Directors. He attended Ball State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with concentrations in Geographic Information Systems and Landscape Architecture.
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Mr. Campbell has been both the intern for BikeMuncie and the graduate assistant for BikeMuncie and the Delaware County GIS Department, starting in May 2017. He has extensive experience in coordinating projects with government officials and conducting community events and outreach efforts on behalf of BikeMuncie. Throughout his academic career, Mr. Campbell has participated in a wide variety of public meetings, including the creation of various maps and displays and running focus groups. He has collected and analyzed GIS data as well as both qualitative and quantitative data for immersive learning projects at Ball State University and his positions with the city of Muncie and Delaware County. Mr. Campbell received his Bachelor of Urban Planning and Development degree in 2018 and anticipates receiving his Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree in 2019.
While attending Ball State University, Mr. Lanham has been a part of many immersive learning opportunities such as developing an action plan for the East Central neighborhood in Muncie and taking a prevalent role in the creation of the third Muncie Action Plan as a student-consultant for the City of Muncie. He is currently a GIS assistant for the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State and has extensive experience with qualitative and quantitative data in GIS both as a student and as a professional. Mr. Lanham was an intern for the City of Fishers Planning and Zoning Department in the summer of 2018 and gained even more experience with public communication and outreach. He received his Bachelor of Urban Planning and Development degree in 2018 and anticipates receiving his Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree in 2019.