Aaron Mondada

Aaron has a diverse background in city planning and public policy. He holds a Masters of Community and Regional Planning from Boise State University, and a Bachelors in Political Economy from the College of Idaho. Aaron has worked on a wide array of planning and policy related projects including a national study of creative place-making through temporary developments, a Treasure Valley arts and economic development study, community food evaluations, housing studies, and neighborhood outreach and planning projects. Since joining Agnew::Beck in 2015, Aaron has continued to serve communities through stakeholder engagement, policy analysis, best practice research, data analysis, and survey design. Aaron is committed to making planning and policy useful for the end-user and understands the outreach and engagement necessary to make it happen. In his spare time, Aaron is actively involved with local organizations including the American Planning Association and Idaho Smart Growth.