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Simeon Bruner

Simeon Bruner created the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, named for his late father, to foster a better understanding of the impact of architecture and design in the urban environment and to promote best practices for effective urban placemaking. As a practicing architect for more than 30 years and founding partner of Bruner/Cott, Simeon has been a leader in the field of urban architecture and an advocate for the creative revitalization, transformation, and renewal of historic buildings and sites to create meaningful new city spaces. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development and the US Conference of Mayors have recognized Mr. Bruner for his pioneering work.

Anne-Marie Lubenau

Anne-Marie Lubenau, FAIA, is an architect, educator and advocate for excellence in urban design and planning. She focuses on expanding the role of architects in shaping cities by engaging people in the process of design and increasing understanding about the built environment and its impact on our lives. Prior to joining the Bruner Foundation, Anne-Marie was CEO of the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh, worked in architecture firms in Pittsburgh, and developed and taught classes on the urban environment. She regularly contributes to national forums and publications on design.







Michelle Moon

Program Manager
Michelle Moon is an urban a planner and designer who has worked with numerous non-profits and with local and state government in the Boston area.  Her work centers around using the physical landscape to address environmental and health issues, primarily through creating and improving open space, placemaking, green infrastructure, and bike infrastructure.  Michelle has worked as an independent consultant for the Fairmount Greenway, Neighborways Design, Patronicity, and the Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance, as well as worked as horticulturalist, graphic design, researcher, and teacher.