Building Design Council
Liz Kelly is a professional planner and ecological designer based in New Hampshire.
Liz holds an M.S. in Ecological Design and Planning and has completed a variety of comprehensive planning and design projects for municipalities and organizations focused on natural resource protection, urban design, transportation, food systems, and sustainability throughout her career. She has experience in community and regional planning, is a certified permaculture teacher, and is an adjunct faculty member at Plymouth State University. Liz brings an artistic eye to the planning process which is reflected in her graphic design skills and balances creative thinking and rigorous analysis in her work. She is interested in helping communities and other groups create vibrant and useful public spaces, promote participatory planning processes, and maximize opportunities to integrate the built environment with natural systems. She also serves as board president of the Permaculture Association of the Northeast.