Jennifer L. Hurley has 16 years of professional experience facilitating public involvement in planning and development issues. She has been active in the new urban movement for over ten years, working on numerous charrettes for form-based zoning, regional planning, neighborhood and downtown revitalization, and traditional neighborhood development. She wrote one of the first articles chronicling the implementation of New Urbanist zoning codes, is a regular speaker with the SmartCode Workshop, and has taught in the Bryn Mawr College Department of Growth and Structure of Cities. She is a past fellow of the Knight Program in Community Building at the University of Miami School of Architecture, and is a National Charrette Institute Certified Charrette Planner. She currently serves on the board of the Congress for the New Urbanism, the Transect Codes Council, and the Form Based Codes Institute Resource Council. She holds a Master of Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Bryn Mawr College.