Elizabeth Moule’s career includes architecture, urbanism, real estate development and education. A native of California, she holds a M.Arch. from Princeton University, a B.A. from Smith College in Art History and Government, and attended the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York City.
M. Nolan Gray is a professional city planner and an expert in urban land-use regulation. He is currently completing a Ph.D. in urban planning at the University of California, Los Angeles. Gray previously worked on the front lines of zoning as a planner in New York City. He now serves as an Affiliated Scholar with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, where he advises state and local policymakers on land-use policy.
Henry Grabar is a writer at Slate where he writes the Metropolis column, with a focus on housing, transportation, and the environment. His work has been published in Architect, The Atlantic, The Guardian, the Wall Street Journal, and other outlets, and he has produced podcasts for What Next TBD and 99 Percent Invisible. His research on French colonial architecture in Algiers after 1962 was published in the journal Cultural Geographies. He was the editor of The Future of Transportation anthology (Metropolis Books, 2019).
Norman Garrick is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UConn. He won the Congress for the New Urbanism Charter Award for Transportation Leadership in 2015.
William Fulton is one of America’s most established thought leaders in the field of urban planning. He currently serves as a Senior Advisor to PFM Management and Budget Consulting and a Fellow at the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley.
Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) Executive Director Rick Cole will be the keynote speaker for the 2023 Seaside Prize.