Meredith has a strong background in town planning, downtown revitalization, community development and historic preservation. Through the years, Meredith has developed a unique understanding of urban planning; especially as it relates to street design and public space activation, connectivity, community engagement, and grant-funded street and building projects. She specializes in town government/community relations and understanding the client side of project deliverables. She is a master collaborator skilled in weaving together the complex pieces of a planning process.
Meredith is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism, and is active in National Main Street Center, Incremental Development Alliance, and People for Bikes’ programming. Her understanding of both urban and rural communities is influenced by her time spent living and studying outside of the United States in locations such as Copenhagen, Denmark; and Nairobi, Kenya.