Brandy Saxton, AICP is a land use planner with experience in community and regional planning, preparing land use regulations and design guidelines, GIS mapping and analysis, demographic research and statistical analysis, and authoring grant applications. She excels at engaging project stakeholders and the public at large in the planning process resulting in projects with achievable objectives and feasible implementation measures. With an eye for detail, organizational abilities and inherent design sense, she maintains a high level of quality and service for clients. As lifelong resident of northern New York, Brandy Saxton is well aware of the issues facing rural communities and the qualities that make small towns special places to live, work and visit.
Certification and Organizations
Brandy Saxton is a member of the American Planning Association and its Northern New England and Upstate New York chapters, and has received professional certification through the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). Prior to founding PlaceSense in 2005, Brandy Saxton was a senior planner with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission in Middlebury, Vermont.
2000: Master of Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
2000: Master of Landscape Architecture, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
1996: Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Anthropology, State University of New York Potsdam College