Jim is an expert in affordable housing policies and programs with extensive accomplishments in all aspects of planning, development, and policy. He has 24 years of experience in housing with non-profit and for-profit developers as well as local government. Previously he started his career practicing land use planning and urban design for the City of San Francisco. He has presented workshops at APA and other professional conferences in California and throughout the U.S, and published writing on density perception and affordable cohousing. Jim’s success stems from his passion for more equitable and sustainable cities, neighborhoods, and housing developments.
Master of City Planning, University of California at Berkeley
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia