Jackie Mich

Jackie Mich, AICP
Assistant Planner

Jackie Mich1Jackie joined Vandewalle & Associates in June 2013. She assists with zoning code rewrites in Cross Plains, Oshkosh, and Shawano, Wisconsin, as well as transportation projects in the City of Madison, DaneCounty and MilwaukeeCounty. She is particularly interested in supporting alternative modes of transportation, environmental justice, and affordable housing.

Jackie’s work in zoning and current planning has involved development review, zoning code amendments, and complete zoning code rewrites. Her work in transportation planning has included visioning and public participation efforts in support of the Sustainable Madison Transportation Master Plan, as well as analyzing impacts related to ongoing WisDOT highway studies.

Jackie brings experience from the Midtown Greenway Coalition in Minneapolis, where she supported bicycle transportation and researched the economic development impacts of streetcar systems. Jackie also worked as a Green Building Intern for the University of Wisconsin-Extension and researched the economic impacts of interpretive centers as graduate student in the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Jackie began her career with the Wisconsin Historical Foundation in Madison. You can email Jackie here.

Education

M.S.               Urban and Regional Planning
Focus on Housing & Community Development
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Madison, Wisconsin

B.A.               History, Spanish
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Madison, Wisconsin

Awards

AICP Outstanding Planning Student Award; 2013
APA-Wisconsin Scholarship; 2011-2013

Activities

Wisconsin Student Planning Association (Communications Director); Sept 2012 – May 2013
AICP Certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners