Kristy Carter, AICP, is a Transportation Planner with JM Teague Engineering & Planning. Her work runs the planning gamut–community and economic development, land use planning, training & facilitation, main street development, mapping and visualization — you name it, Kristy has probably done it. Her specialty areas include long-range planning and visioning, facilitation and training, and bicycle and pedestrian planning. Prior to her time as a planner, Kristy worked with homeless folks and with the affordable housing community in Asheville, NC. Because Kristy can’t get enough of planning in her day job, she is currently Vice-Chair of the City of Asheville’s Planning and Zoning Commission, is a member of the City’s Multi-Modal Commission, and she is a former member of the City’s Board of Adjustment. Kristy is an avid fan of the Catamounts of Western Carolina University, from which she has a BS and an MPA. Kristy’s real love is cycling and bikes.