With 10 years of experience in the fields of land use consulting, redevelopment, and community development, Judith Taylor has broad experience providing land use economic analysis to inform community plans, specific plans, revitalization strategies, and the entitlement process.
Formerly a Senior Associate with Economics Research Associates and the Economics practice at AECOM, Ms. Taylor’s specialties include fiscal impact analysis, economic impact analysis, market analysis of retail, office, residential, and industrial uses, and economic strategy and funding strategy development. Ms. Taylor has a breadth of experience providing customized analysis for her clients and has worked with public agencies such as the City of San Diego, the City of Los Angeles Redevelopment Agency, and the City of Corona, and private developers, such as Sudberry Properties, Pardee Homes and Hines.
Judith is also an industry expert in economic impact analysis and led the evaluation and provided guidance on several high profile sports and entertainment venues and events, such as the proposed City of Industry Stadium, Cirque du Soleil and Disney theme parks.
Judith Taylor received a Master in Public Policy and Urban Planning from Harvard University’s School of Government in 2002 and received her B.A. in Economics from Stanford University. Judith is a member of ULI and APA.