Regina Armstrong, Principal
Regina Armstrong is a founding principal of Urbanomics, with experience in economic and demographic forecasting, market and financial feasibility analyses, and economic and fiscal impact assessments for major government institutions and private developers. Her professional experience includes 30 years of affiliation with the Regional Plan Association, a non-profit corporation dedicated to physical and economic policy for the NY-NJ-CT metropolitan region. Ms. Armstrong is an honorary member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), and a recipient of the American Planning Association Ponte Award for Economic Planning Excellence. She received a Masterís degree in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Rosary College. She has authored several books, including Regional Accounts: The Structure and Performance of the New York Regionís Economy, and completed the Ph.D. program in Public Administration at New York University, Graduate School of Public Administration.
Tina C. Lund, AICP, Associate
Tina Lund has been with Urbanomics since 1996 specializing in comprehensive development strategies, feasibility analyses, needs assessments and allocation modeling. Specific duties include project management; demographic and socioeconomic analysis; writing technical memoranda to accompany research; performing geospatial analysis in several GIS formats and maintenance of project-specific web sites.
Recent projects include the Nassau County Master Plan; the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for the City of Bridgeport, CT; the Plymouth, MA School District Facilities Plan; and, the Vision42 Potential Economic Impacts Analysis, Retail Study, and Financing Plans. She has guest lectured on the topics of GIS in planning, demographics and data collection for graduate courses at NYU and Princetonís Woodrow Wilson School. Ms. Lund holds a Bachelor of Arts in French Literature from Grinnell College.
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