Winner for Individual Achievement
The most recent winner for Individual Achievement was awarded in 2020. Due to COVID-19, this award was announced online and formally celebrated and acknowledged at the online World Town Planning Day event on November 6, 2020.
PIBC 2020 Individual Achievement Award – Young Professional Leadership
Kristy McConnel is a PIBC Candidate Member and Planner at Mott MacDonald. She is passionate about building sustainable communities through creativity and innovation and works on a diverse portfolio of international projects in transportation and sustainability.
Kristy holds a Master of Community and Regional Planning degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Conservation from the University of British Columbia, and a certified Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP).
PIBC’s Award for Young Professional Leadership is intended to recognize the efforts of young and new planners who demonstrate leadership, innovation, and outstanding achievement at an early stage in their career. The award is based on the overall impact of the nominee’s work and personal commitment to planning. The award recognizes leading young members within the planning profession who demonstrate leadership, innovation, and who give back to the Planning Institute of British Columbia and the planning profession and contribute to the ongoing success of PIBC and the planning profession.
Click here for the Planning West article on PIBC 2020 Award winners (Fall 2020 issue).