Chris Danley is the founder of Vitruvian Planning and has worked in the planning profession since 2005. Chris joined the US Navy and spent five years in Naval Aviation traveling the world and experiencing numerous cultures and environments. Upon his honorable discharge, Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from Chapman University and then a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning in Spokane, WA.
Chris has worked in the public and private sectors including being the first Comprehensive Transportation Planner at the Ada County Highway District. He is a recognized national expert in Health Impact Assessments, is co-creator of a two-day walk audit training academy known as the Looking Glass Academy, and has conducted planning and assessment projects throughout Idaho, North Carolina, Utah and several other states. He currently sits on Boise’s Planning & Zoning Commission.