As an Urban Sustainability Planner, Noldy has worked on integrating resilience processes and green infrastructure methods into the planning and community engagement process. His work includes data analysis, site condition surveying, and GIS mapping applications.
Prior to joining APD-U, Noldy has worked in both the design and sustainable development industries, aiding large-scale green certifications under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. There, he gained insight on how to encourage sustainability education and data storytelling to residents and partners. He employed design-thinking skills with a team to develop and assist environmental plans and programs for community benefit.
Noldy has a bachelor’s degree in Sustainability and the Built Environment from the University of Florida. He went on to attain a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning at Georgia Tech with specializations in Housing, Environment, and Health. Using his expertise and education insights, Noldy hopes to contribute to creating more resilient communities across the country.