Kelly Snider is a professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and director of the Certificate in Real Estate Development Program (CRED). She is an expert in the ways laws, regulations and policies impact the design, financing, and construction of buildings in urban areas as well as strategies that will increase diversity in California neighborhoods to create healthy, equitable and sustainable multi-generational communities. Kelly is a real estate developer and has a master’s degree in city planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Matthew Holian is a professor and chair of the Economics Department in the College of Social Sciences. His research centers on the following areas in economics: urban, transportation, environmental, labor and migration. His interests include cost-benefit analysis, public policy decision-making, housing, urban quality of life, and outdoor recreation. He holds a doctoral degree in economics from The Ohio State University.