Sean Terry

Sean Terry is a seasoned urban planning and community development professional with 15+ years’ experience across multiple business frameworks: non-profit organizations, municipalities, public-sector agencies and private businesses. Terry has successfully thrived while pursuing the execution of capital improvements that upgrade the physical environment and enhance the quality of life for residents. In these roles, Terry has worked to administer project management of infrastructure and related capital improvements; facilitated stakeholder engagement and public input processes with an emphasis on project coordination, stakeholder management, and external communications; and has delivered research and technical assistance across complementary park design areas such as bike/pedestrian advocacy, Placemaking, environmental sustainability, and economic development.

Sean Terry is a seasoned urban planning and community development professional with 15+ years’ experience across multiple business frameworks: non-profit organizations, municipalities, public-sector agencies and private businesses.

Terry has successfully thrived while pursuing the execution of capital improvements that upgrade the physical environment and enhance the quality of life for residents.

In these roles, he has worked to administer project management of infrastructure and related capital improvements; facilitated stakeholder engagement and public input processes with an emphasis on project coordination, stakeholder management, and external communications; and has delivered research and technical assistance across complementary park design areas such as bike/pedestrian advocacy, Placemaking, environmental sustainability, and economic development.

As the Ohio Parks for People Program Director, Terry is directly responsible for local (Cleveland) goal alignment and execution of The Trust for Public Land’s 10MW initiative to ensure that every person in the country, particularly every child, lives within a 10-minute walk to a park, playground or open space.

In his current role, Terry provides leadership and input to further The Trust for Public Land local efforts around parks planning in Ohio by utilizing stakeholder facilitation and capacity building to broaden reach of 10MW, administer programming with emphasis on local park development opportunities in/around Cleveland, deliver equitable access to functional park spaces.