APA-CMS May Program: New Ideas in Suburban Transit. May 15, 2019. (photo by Christina Bader, AICP)

APA-CMS May Program: New Ideas in Suburban Transit. May 15, 2019. (photo by Christina Bader, AICP)

CMS Event: Making Projects Happen
CMS Event: Making Projects Happen

Apr 8, 2015: An event in conjunction with DePaul's Chaddick Institute and the ACEC-IL. Whether you are new to alternative delivery methods, or experienced in the approach, this symposium will offer dynamic viewpoints and perspectives from industry experts from throughout the country.

APA-CMS May Program: New Ideas in Suburban Transit. May 15, 2019. (photo by Christina Bader, AICP)

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Image above: The Chicago Metro Section, zoomed in.

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The Chicago Metro Section (APA-CMS) is a sub-section of the statewide Illinois Chapter of the American Planning Association. The APA-CMS covers topics relevant to seven Chicago counties: Cook, DuPage, Will, Lake, Kane, McHenry, Kankakee, and Grundy.

Chicago Metro Section Executive Committee

CMS Executive Committee

Section Director - Brandon Nolin, AICP, Houseal Lavigne Associates

Assistant Director - Kimberly Morris, City of Chicago

Secretary - Nyabweza Itaagi, Grow Greater Englewood

Treasurer - Justin Keller, AICP, Metropolitan Planning Council

Past Director - James Testin, AICP, Cullinan Properties, Ltd.

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The CMS collaborates with local planners to develop a calendar of monthly programs each year to provide educational and professional development opportunities for fellow planners, students, and affiliated professionals.  Some of the CMS monthly programs are co-sponsored with affiliated organizations, such as CMAP, UIC, DePaul, and the Chaddick Institute, which reinforces APA-IL’s capacity to form partnerships that help promote the planning field and form connections with other related fields, such as development, real estate, architecture, and design.  In addition to its monthly programs, CMS also works with local student organizations to sponsor networking and mentoring activities, which help up and coming planners break into the planning work world.

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