Our regular contributors are:
Ken Schroeppel is the founder and Editor of DenverUrbanism and its companion blog, DenverInfill. Ken is an Assistant Professor CTT in the Master of Urban and Regional Planning program in the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver, where he lectures on the history of Denver’s built environment, among other topics. Ken received his Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from CU Denver and serves on the Boards of Directors of the Denver Architecture Foundation, Union Station Advocates, and Streetsblog Denver, on the Steering Committee of YIMBY Denver, and has served over the years in various roles with the Downtown Denver Partnership, the Urban Land Institute, the American Planning Association, and the Congress for the New Urbanism. In addition to teaching, blogging, and exploring cities, Ken is often giving presentations on Denver’s urban history and current development to organizations throughout the region, and can be frequently found leading walking tours in the Downtown Denver area.
Ryan Dravitz is DenverUrbanism’s Assistant Editor and urban photographer who thrives on photographing urban infill construction projects as well as urban scenes in general throughout Denver. Residing in central Denver, Ryan lives the urbanist lifestyle, using and embracing the city around him.
Loren Hansen is a current resident of Southeast Denver near I-25 and Evans. Loren’s areas of expertise include bicycle infrastructure, urban trails, and dockless rideshare. In his free time, Loren likes to play guitar and harmonica.
Ryan Keeney is a recent University of Denver graduate student with a master’s degree in Geographic Information Science (GIS) and interests in urban form and multi-modal transportation.
John Riecke holds a degree in Political Science from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. A resident of Capitol Hill, John is a volunteer for the local neighborhood organizations, Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation and Capitol Hill United Neighborhood and enjoys studying economic systems and engaging with city planning efforts. John became interested in city-building like many do when he bought his first house.
Xavier Williams, originally from Denver, lives in Northeast Denver and is a recent transplant from Harlem in New York City. He’s most interested in transit, and public space programming and design. Before returning home in 2018 he obtained a MA in Theories of Urban Practice from The New School, Parsons School of Design, and worked for several years in natural disaster resiliency planning.
Other contributors include:
Derek Berardi, Camron Bridgford, Peter Bird, Kyle Dobbins, Ian Harwick, Chris Geddes, Loren Hansen, John Hayden, Maggie Lyons, Dan Malouff, Jenny Niemann, Ryan Mulligan, Liz Munn, Chad Reischl, Andy Sense, Shawn Snow, and Robert Wilson.