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IPA Policy Scientist Sean O'Neill is one of 21 professionals chosen for Urban Land Institute's 2020 NEXT Philadelphia Flight, a leadership development program for ULI members.
Sean O'Neill, IPA Policy Scientist, was selected by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to participate in their 2020 NEXT Philadelphia Flight. NEXT is a networking and leadership development program for ULI members, aged 3545, who have been identified as exemplary leaders at work and within ULI.
The 21 members of the 2020 flight will meet monthly to hear from speakers and engage in dialogue on topics in the real estate industry and beyond. Read more about the ULI NEXT Philadelphia Flight by visiting the ULI website.
Sean ONeill joined the University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration (IPA) in May of 2017. Seans role with IPA is multi-faceted and includes working on applied research projects with state agencies such as the Delaware Department of Transportation and the Office of State Planning Coordination; direct project work on comprehensive plans and related projects with local communities from the City of Wilmington to Sussex County; and managing IPAs Local Government Leaders training program. Sean contributes to project work at IPA on the topics of economic development, housing, bicycle and pedestrian mobility, city and town management, and community health issues.
Prior to joining IPA, Sean was a Senior Planner with the Chester County, Pennsylvania, Planning Commission where he was responsible for coordinating housing and emergency management related efforts in addition to working directly with municipalities through the Countys Vision Partnership Program. Sean spent the first 10 years of his career working in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore region at Colliers International, JPI, Inc., The Bozzuto Group, and the City of Annapolis, Maryland, Planning Department.
In addition to serving as a co-chair of the ULI Delaware Council, Sean serves on the Executive Committee of the Delaware Chapter of the American Planning Association. Sean and his wife Casey have two young daughters and are active supporters of the March of Dimes Delaware Chapter and St John the Beloved Parish in Wilmington, Delaware. Sean holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and Politics as well as a Master's degree in Community Planning from the University of Maryland.
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