Renata Bertotti is a visionary planning professional with two decades of experience in municipal planning, zoning, housing, and departmental oversight.
She is an innovative thinker with interests in municipal and regional planning, public policy, environmental geography, and social subjects. Ms. Bertotti has written a number of long-range municipal plans, including POCDs, area/neighborhood plans, and corridor/connectivity plans, as well as countless implementor zoning and subdivision regulation revisions. In doing so, Ms. Bertotti has always strived to ensure the municipal regulatory framework is set for successful execution of large and small development projects that build sustainable and equitable communities. Her professional approach is one of collaboration, inclusivity, fairness, and open communication.
Ms. Bertotti came to United States as a civil war refugee. Her passion for working on urban redevelopment and revitalization projects stems from her personal desire to, in some small way, pay it forward in thanks for her early years in the US.