Cecily Cunz is an environmental planner with four years of professional planning experience. Cunz joined AES in 2012 with a primary role of leading planning efforts with project management, stakeholder group facilitation, technical writing, GIS analysis, professional design, and data gathering. She excels at researching, analyzing, and assembling data related to all aspects of watershed and environmental planning and policy and presenting that information clearly to stakeholders. Cunz led a planning and visioning process to develop a trail and greenway network in Coles County, Illinois.
She served as Project Manager for the Pike River Watershed Plan, the first USEPA-approved watershed plan in Wisconsin, as well as for the Catfish Creek Watershed Management Plan in Iowa. She worked extensively on the Long Run Creek, Wind Point, Spring Creek, and Woods Creek watershed plans across IL and WI. She has extensive knowledge of GIS, field experience assessing streams, detention basins, and other watershed characteristics, and has coordinated planning and grants processes for watershed efforts.