Juliet Burdelski is an economic development and urban planning professional who has worked in the government, private and non-profit sectors for over 25 years.
Ms. Burdelski joined Vita Nuova as a Senior Project Manager in 2019 after a career in municipal grants administration, economic development, transportation planning and brownfield redevelopment. At Vita Nuova, Ms. Burdelski provides project management, research and technical assistance on brownfield reuse projects in the northeastern U.S. In these efforts at Vita Nuova, Ms. Burdelski draws on her prior experience in municipal government and brownfield reuse planning by helping communities plan for the reuse of contaminated properties, develop funding and financing strategies for project implementation, and by helping communities define the roles and responsibilities of various players in complex brownfield reuse projects. Ms. Burdelski holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science from Miami University and a Master of Urban Planning (MUP) from the University of Michigan. She resides in Lyme, Connecticut.