Sally Chinnis AICP
Sally Chinnis is a planner, urban designer, space analyst, and principal with projects focused on strategy and decision making for college and university campuses. Throughout her career, she has advocated for smart and sustainable design strategies that incorporate data and technology to improve campuses and their surrounding communities. She has helped institutions create compelling campus adjacencies and dynamic mixed-use precincts, enhance the student and residential experience, expand open space networks, and develop phased implementation plans to realize their visions.
Sally works with institutions to find a clear sense of what makes their programs and campus experience distinctive, to help them reinvest their resources accordingly. A skilled problem-solver, she enjoys digging into rigorous analysis to help institutions serve as more effective stewards of their campus spaces. She is currently acting as a member of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill’s Design Review Committee, after previously serving as lead planner for their 2019 Master Plan.