Tom Dallessio (MCRP ’84) and Alan Sorensen (MCRP ’90) Named 2024 AICP Fellows

February 20, 2024

Congratulations to Tom Dallessio (MCRP ’84) and Alan Sorensen (MCRP ’90), who were both named 2024 AICP Fellows!

About the AICP College of Fellows

Induction to the AICP College of Fellows is the highest honor the American Institute of Certified Planners bestows upon a member.

Fellows of AICP are nominated and selected by their peers to recognize and honor their outstanding contributions as a professional planner. The outcomes of their individual efforts left demonstrably significant and transformational improvements to the field of planning and the communities they served. All Fellows are long-time members of AICP and have achieved excellence in professional practice, teaching and mentoring, research, and community service and leadership.

The College actively encourages Fellows and others to participate in programs and initiatives in the service of communities and the planning profession, including: mentoring the next generation of planners; volunteering expertise to underserved communities; leading initiatives within APA chapters and divisions; and sharing knowledge with the planning community, allied professionals, and the wider public.

Congratulations to the 2024 Class of Fellows

Please join us in congratulating the 2024 Class of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). Fellows of AICP are nominated and selected by their peers to recognize and honor their outstanding contributions as a professional planner. The outcomes of their individual efforts left demonstrably significant and transformational improvements to the field of planning and the communities they served.

See the full list of Inductees on the APA website: https://www.planning.org/faicp/

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