Congratulations to our Newest Member of the AICP College of Fellows 

Please join us in congratulating our newest FAICP, Eric Bosman!

A sought-after leader of interdisciplinary planning, design, and implementation efforts, Eric S. Bosman, AICP has focused his career on transforming places from auto-oriented environments into dynamic, walkable communities. His impact can be seen in the transformation of Atlanta’s community improvement districts, as well as suburban town centers, multimodal infrastructure, transit corridors, and school systems across the Southeast. Eric is passionate about evolving planning processes to be more accessible and relatable, building collaborative partnerships, and creating more connected communities. Eric has a Bachelor of Arts in Design from Clemson University and a dual Masters in Urban and Regional Planning and Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Following his early years working as an architect, Eric worked as an urban designer at Urban Collage for 12 years. 

Eric served as President of the Georgia Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) and was a member of APA’s Chapter President’s Council from 2013-2015, co-host of the 2014 National Planning Conference in Atlanta, and Treasurer of the Georgia Chapter from 2007-2013. He was appointed to and served on the 2021 National Planning Excellence Awards Jury and is a founding board member of the Georgia Planning Memorial Foundation, serving on the Foundation Board from 2009-present.

He currently serves in a regional leadership position and urban design/planning lead at Kimley-Horn in Midtown Atlanta, where he has been for the past 12 years. 

Interested to know more about the College of Fellows? As noted by APA, “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.”