Ed Bove, AICP

Executive Director

Ed steers RRPC toward the future with a steady hand and a vision. He ensures that staff has the support they need to do a great job, and keeps to his planning roots by staying involved with town planning, the Regional Plan, brownfields redevelopment, and Act 250/Section 248 Reviews.
Email ♦ (802) 775-0871 x 208

Mary Lamson


Mary fuses emergency management with community engagement to create plans that decrease the effect of disasters big and small. She also develops creative strategies to show off RRPC’s great work and to connect with local communities.
Email ♦ (802) 775-0871 x 206

Barbara Noyes Pulling, CFM


Barbara is our resident water quality and energy expert. In these fields, she works on a regional and local level to meet state laws, goals, and policies. Barbara also focuses on town plans and regional plan updates. (We’re not sure how she does it all, either!)
Email♦ (802) 775-0871 x 207

Steve Schild

GIS Manager

Steve plays a critical role in all planning activities by producing high-quality, data-driven maps. He also makes sure that the secret candy stash is well-stocked.
Email ♦ (802) 775-0871 x 204

Kitt Shaw


Kitt is a boots-on-the-ground transportation planner. He works closely with local road commissioners and VTrans to make sure towns have what they need and he collects the data to back it up.
Email ♦ (802) 775-0871 x 211

Mary Kay Skaza

Finance Manger

Mary Kay is ‘mission control’ for the office. She makes sure our finances are in tip-top shape; that all HR needs are met; that databases are up to date; and that we never run out of toner for the copy machine. Oh wait, there’s more: Mary Kay also helps strategize and execute marketing activities.
Email ♦ (802) 775-0871 x 201

Elysa Smigielski


Elysa juggles many pans (and plans), including town planning, and hazard mitigation planning. Her background in GIS and fine art blend beauty, function, and design into each project she touches.
Email♦ (802) 775-0871 x 202

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