Deborah Myerson, AICP

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834 S Sheridan Dr
United States

Professional Biography

Deborah L. Myerson, AICP is founder and principal for Myerson Consulting. She is an urban planner and consultant with twenty-five years of experience in the field. She serves as chair of the Accessible Transportation and Mobility Principles Committee for the City of Bloomington, Indiana's Council on Community Accessibiilty. The committee has developed principles to guide how the City of Bloomington plans and implements accessible transportation and mobility considerations for persons with disabilities, intended to inform city-wide improvements and developments of public spaces to reflect the community needs. As a housing and community development consultant since 2003, Ms. Myerson helps organizations and agencies develop housing programs and implement effective policy. Her portfolio includes numerous real estate case studies and project profiles, with specialties in affordable and mixed-income housing. Ms. Myerson earned a Master of Regional Planning degree from Cornell University and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a certified as a Rental Housing Development Finance Professional by the National Development Council and a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.


112447 | Cornell University
Graduation Date: August, 1997
Degree Level: Graduate
Planning Degree

014011 | University of Wisconsin at Madison
Graduation Date: May, 1992
Degree Level: Undergraduate

Job History

South Central Indiana Housing Opportunities
Executive Director
November,2016 - September,2020
Bloomington, IN
United States

Myerson Consulting
August,2003 - Present
Bloomington, IN
United States

Urban Land Institute
Senior Associate, Land Use Policy
June,2001 - July,2003
Washington, DC
United States

Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Adjunct Professor
January,2012 - July,2016
Bloomington, IN
United States

Scenic America
Director of Programs
August,1997 - June,2001
Washington, DC
United States