Team Member Profiles
Stephanie M. Tillerson, AICP, Team Leader
Stephanie is currently the City Manager for the City of Woodruff, South Carolina, where she is a strong advocate for smart codes, sustainable growth policies, and bikeable and walkable communities. She is a member of the Urban Land Institute, where she co-chaired the "Next Steps" Committee at the 2009 South Carolina Upstate Region Reality Check and has participated in two Technical Assistance Panels. She is very involved in her community, where she is President of the Junior League of Spartanburg and sits on the USC Upstate Foundation's Board of Directors and the Chamber of Commerce Economic Futures Group, as well as a number of other commitments. Stephanie is also the past recipient of the Upstate Forever's Public Servant of the Year Award.
Douglas Martin, AICP
Douglas has worked for municipal and county government in Northeastern Illinois for 15 years. Currently, he is the Deputy City Administrator for the City of McHenry, IL, where he has been employed for the last 11 years. Douglas is responsible for all planning, zoning and economic development activities in the City. He is also responsible for oversight of the City's Construction and Neighborhood Services Department, which includes property maintenance and administrative adjudication. Douglas has past experience working with tax increment financing districts and reviewing fiscal impact analyses. He has also worked with subdivisions to discuss sanitary sewage systems. Douglas holds a Master's Degree in Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Darren J. Asper, AICP
Darren Asper provides clients of Delta Development Group expertise in various areas of planning, disaster preparedness, and economic development. As Senior Vice President, Darren leads a growing and diverse team of experts in economic and community planning, funding strategy development, market analysis, facilitation, disaster preparedness solutions, and higher education consulting. Darren's efforts have led to recognition by the Pennsylvania Planning Association for "Outstanding Community Initiative." Recently he has been conducting environmental modeling, housing studies, and capital improvement planning for communities affected by the Act 13 Impact Fee in the Marcellus Shale. He was named a Central Pennsylvania "Top 40 under 40" business leader in 2005.
David Berg, AICP
David Berg has been a land use planner and environmental analyst for Cameron Engineering for over 14 years. He has studied degraded estuaries and recommended watershed land use changes to restore estuarine water quality. David has developed low impact site plans, including designs and specifications incorporating green stormwater management, environmental restoration, and open space preservation. He has prepared land use plans that incorporate smart growth principles to redevelop older suburbs into communities where people of mixed incomes and ages can live, work, and play in a pedestrian-friendly environment. David is the former Director of the Long Island chapter of the APA and a founding board member of Vision Long Island, a non-profit that promotes smart growth and livable communities.