Patti Clare, a consultant from Louisville, Ky.; Pete Fritz, healthy communities planner for the Indiana Department of Health; and Jennifer Milliken, director of the Urban Land Institute’s Indiana district council will present “Perspectives on Building Healthy Places” at the 2018 Prosperity Indiana Summit & Statehouse Day Jan. 24. Taking place at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Center Hotel, this year’s gathering focuses on the intersection of community health and community development.
The speakers will present on the Urban Land Institute’s Building Healthy Places Initiative, which started in 2013 and includes a breadth of action-oriented reports available to the general public. In addition, Clare will describe the Institute’s work on Building Healthy Corridors Project, and Fritz will report on his first meeting as a part of the Health Leaders Network.
Clare has more than 25 years of experience in urban planning, with a concentration in transportation and the public realm. She was previously deputy director at Develop Louisville and led the multi-modal transportation planning for Louisville Metro.
Fritz is a certified professional planner and registered landscape architect with more than 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors.
An urban planner with more than 20 years of diverse experience, Milliken has been director of ULI Indiana since 2012. She is an alumna of Ball State’s College of Architecture and Planning and serves on its executive alumni board.