Ann Coulter is a consultant specializing in public engagement, visioning, and strategic planning. Coulter currently manages the Urban Design Challenge, a year-long series of downtown urban design explorations for The River City Company, and working on PlanET—a five county regional planning process in eastern TN.
- Worked with Benwood Foundation to create Gaining Ground, a local food movement initiative, and conducting strategic planning processes for the Tennessee Aquarium and The Hunter Museum in Chattanooga
- Past positions include Director of the City’s Office of Economic and Community Development, Executive Director of the Chattanooga/Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency, and Executive Vice President of RiverCity Company, Chattanooga’s downtown development firm
- Helped found two organizations: the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute and the Chattanooga Women’s Fund
- Served from 2006-2009 as the first Turley Fellow in Urban Revitalization at the University of Memphis and completed a Loeb Fellowship in 2003 at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
Last updated 8/25/16