Dodson & Flinker welcomes Jack Sweeney-Taylor as an associate planner. Prior to joining our team, Jack worked as a middle school teacher in western Massachusetts and New York City, which informed his interest in collaborative decision-making processes to address housing, economic development, and access to urban green space.
Jack grew up in eastern Massachusetts and attended Deep Springs College and Brown University, where he received a BA in Comparative Literature. He is currently finishing his Masters of Regional Planning at UMass Amherst. His thesis is focused on mapping tree plantings in Massachusetts cities to identify demographic trends in the urban forest.