Angie Martell

Project Associate

Angie comes to Community Builders with a strong background working in transportation and land use planning, and community driven conservation. Angie’s diverse experience working in municipal, non-profit, and private sectors has allowed her to express her enthusiasm for understanding how policies often shape the land use patterns observed and experienced throughout different communities. Angie is passionately devoted to understanding how individuals and communities relate uniquely to their built and natural environments, while also to helping communities define their own solutions to a more equitable and sustainable future. She has a bachelor’s in Geography and Environmental Studies, and a master’s in Applied Geography from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. 

A geographer at heart, Angie loves to explore new landscapes. Outside of work you might find her traversing high alpine ridges on foot, riding ribbons of trail through the forest on her bike, ascending steep couloirs of ice and snow, or climbing sheer walls of granite or limestone (or the like) in her climbing shoes. Once she is tuckered out, she will most certainly be immersed in another book relating the geographies and histories of diverse landscapes, cultures and wildlife, or simply watching, listening, and trying to figure out what kind of bird she has just spotted.