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Alicia Mazur Berg

Alicia Mazur Berg, AICP, is a city planner, urban designer, and real estate executive and currently is the Assistant Vice Present of Campus Planning and Sustainability at The University of Chicago.

  • Previously served as the Vice President of Campus Environment at Columbia College Chicago where she created a recognizable campus out of over 20 building dispersed through Chicago’s South Loop including the college’s first LEED Gold building
  • Joined Chicago Department of Planning and Development Department in 1990 and was appointed Commissioner by Mayor Richard M. Daley in January 2001
  • As Commissioner, Berg oversaw planning policy and implementation for the entire city, dealing with industrial attraction and retention, retail development, business assistance, development finance, open space planning, brownfield redevelopment, design review, historic preservation and zoning
  • Graduated from Tufts University and earned a Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning for the University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • A member of the APA and ULI, and serves on the board of several Chicago organizations
  • Lives near Wrigley Field with her husband

Last updated 8/25/16