Lisa Dunaway, AICP, LEED AP
In addition to her work as the President of Sensible Ecology, Ms. Dunaway was an Instructor of Urban Planning at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana for almost a decade. Her specialties include neighborhood planning, urban ecology, graphic design, physical planning, and community engagement. She founded Sensible Ecology in 2010 and it became a Women-Owned Business Enterprise in 2018. Ms. Dunaway is the sole owner.
Ms. Dunaway has a Bachelors (2003) and Masters (2019) of Landscape Architecture degree from Ball State University and a Master of Science in Natural Resources degree (2010), with a specialization in Ecological Planning, from the University of Vermont. She is also a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners and a LEED Accredited Professional. She has worked as a landscape architectural designer, urban planner, and ecological planner since 2003.
Honors and Awards:
- 2018 Muncie Magazine “20 under 40” award recipient
Lisa’s past and present affiliations and memberships include:
- Indiana Chapter of the American Planning Association / Member / 2010 – Present
- American Planning Association / 2010 – Present
- United States Green Building Council / 2008 – 2009
- Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects / 2004 – 2011
- New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects / 2003 – 2004
- The American Society of Landscape Architects / 1999 – 2011
Lisa’s certifications include:
- Professional Landscape Architect (PLA) in Indiana
- AICP Certified Planner (AICP)
- LEED Accredited Professional
- FEMA National Incident Management System, Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100
- FEMA IS-10.a, Animals in Disasters: Awareness and Preparedness
- FEMA IS-11.a, Animals in Disasters: Community Planning
- FEMA IS-111.a, Livestock in Disasters
- INDOT Bat Investigations for Field Personnel
Kyle Johnson, GISP
Consulting GIS Professional
Kyle Johnson has served Delaware County for nearly two decades, starting as a planner in the Delaware-Muncie Metropolitan Plan Commission in 2001 after graduating from Ball State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management, with concentrations in Geographic Information Systems and Landscape Architecture.
Kyle currently serves as the Chief Information Officer, helping to coordinate and manage the flow of information between departments and to the public through the county website and social media outlets, in addition to managing and expanding the GIS mapping capabilities, web-based applications and services provided by the county.
Kyle also serves as the Logistics Section Chief for the Delaware County Emergency Management Agency.
Kyle serves on several boards including:
- Information Technology Committee
- Local Emergency Management Committee (LEPC) non-voting member
- Emergency Management Advisory Council (EMAC) non-voting member
- Muncie Historic Preservation and Rehabilitation Commission, Commissioner
He has formerly served on:
- Muncie-Bicycle-Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Indiana Geographic Information Council Board of Directors, Southeast Region at-large Representative.
- Data Sharing, Membership, and GIS Response Corps sub-committees
- Red-tail Land Conservancy Board
- Prairie Creek Trails Project Steering Committee
- BSU NREM Alumni Society Board of Directors
Honors and Awards:
- 2006 Ball State University Natural Resources and Environmental Management Award of Merit
- 2008 ESRI International Special Achievement in GIS Award
- 2010 Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Public Service
- 2012 Delaware County Emergency Management Medal of Distinguished Service
- 2013 Delaware County Emergency Management Bronze Star Medal
for deployment to a Disaster Zone for leading the damage assessment of the 2013 tornado event in Grant County, Indiana.
- 2013 Muncie Magazine “20 under 40” award recipient