Noreen O’Toole is a veteran planner with over 30 years of experience in the public sector, as well as, being an urban development professional with experience in state and local government. Noreen is an effective manager with exemplary leadership skills and is able to direct and undertake projects that guide the development process in a positive direction that is paramount to the strategic planning function of both the private and public sector.
As a planner, Noreen O’Toole provides professional expertise through her excellent communication skills handling the complex process which encompasses the development cycle. She focuses on all aspects of land use planning in the development of planning solutions with the collaboration and creation of partnerships between government, clients and the community to achieve exceptional outcomes that enhance the quality of life and the sustainability of communities.
Noreen O’Toole is also a member of the American Planning Association, Massachusetts Municipal Association and the Citizen Planner Training Collaborative. She is also a long-time professional member and Chairperson of the Old Colony Planning Council, Joint Transportation Committee, a Regional Planning Agency located in Southeastern Massachusetts.
Her educational background includes a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, MPA, with a concentration in urban planning from Northeastern University located in Boston, Massachusetts.