Jonathan Greeley serves as the Director of Development Review at the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA). A member of the agency’s Senior Leadership team, he oversees the review of all real estate and development projects, as well as institutional growth, within the City of Boston. After more than a decade spent with the BPDA (formerly Boston Redevelopment Authority), Jonathan has significant experience with public engagement and neighborhood revitalization activities in complex urban environments. Since first joining the agency as an intern in 2005, his work has included the implementation of the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan, the reinvigoration of Downtown Crossing, conceptualization of air rights development along the Massachusetts Turnpike, and long-term planning for the Fenway neighborhood. Before his current role, he led the early conceptualization and launch of Imagine Boston 2030, Boston’s first citywide plan in more than fifty years. Prior to joining the BPDA, Jonathan spent five years working with the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC), an organization focused establishing partnerships between the Boston Public Schools (BPS) and the local business community. There he developed, brokered, and mediated relationships with companies and non-profits to provide employment and educational opportunities for BPS students. Jonathan, who resides in the Back Bay, holds a B.A. from St. Anselm College and an M.A in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University. He received his AICP certification from the American Planning Association in 2014.