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Taylor Stuckert - AICP, Executive Director, Clinton County Regional Planning Commission & Co-Founder, Energize Clinton County

Taylor Stuckert is co-founder and director of Energize Clinton County and is the Planning Director and staff consultant for the 20-member Clinton County Regional Planning Commission. ECC is a non-profit organization founded to lead a community driven response to the economic crisis with support from the Clinton County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC). ECC focuses primarily on 5 key areas: local businesses, young professionals, food, energy, and local visioning. The 5-part strategy was awarded the 2013 National Planning Achievement Award for Innovation in Economic Planning and Development by the American Planning Association.

Taylor moved to Clinton County in 1996 and is a 2003 graduate of Wilmington High School. In 2005 he graduated with a degree in philosophy from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Following college, Mr. Stuckert moved to New York City, and worked for Jones Day, an international law firm, before accepting an invitation to the Peace Corps as a volunteer in Bolivia where he worked in the Agriculture Extension program, serving four rural communities. He returned to Wilmington prematurely after the program was evacuated from Bolivia in September 2008. After planning to re-enroll in the Peace Corps for service in Ecuador, he decided to defer his service and continue his work with Energize Clinton County.

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