Hannah Twaddell has nearly 30 years of experience helping people work together to envision, plan, and sustain thriving communities, with a focus on integrating multimodal transportation investments with sustainable land use plans and walkable urban design strategies. She has facilitated comprehensive and strategic planning projects, visioning processes, scenario planning processes, and sustainability initiatives with a variety of public agencies and private institutions across the United States.
Ms. Twaddell has conducted research; written educational books, articles, and web-based toolkits; and taught national, state, and regional organizations about a variety of community development and transportation planning topics. She strives to build strong relationships and conduct robust technical analyses that help agencies, organizations, and communities to clarify shared visions, articulate sound policies, and foster strategic partnerships for long-term success.
Prior to joining ICF, Ms. Twaddell provided planning, facilitation, and educational services to local, state, and national organizations and served as transportation planning director and acting executive director for the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission/Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization in Charlottesville, Virginia.