McKenna

Nani Wolf

Assistant Planner

Nani’s main responsibilities include master planning, public engagement, site plan review, and GIS.

She volunteers with the Huron River Watershed Council as an aquatic insect identifier and with the Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary. Before becoming a planner Nani was an ecologist, and supporting the health of animals and nature through organizations that bring the local community together remains one of her main passions.

Nani holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from the University of Michigan.

“I find it most rewarding when my work gives people a collective confidence as they face an unpredictable future – to see communities achieving their goals when residents know that, together, they have created a concrete plan to improve the lives of their families, friends, and neighbors. On every project, the most gratifying part is simply talking to people to uncover the diverse needs and passions of their community.”

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