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Bob McNulty

Since 1975, upon the conclusion of a national conference on neighborhood conservation and the creation of a task force to follow up that momentum, Robert McNulty has used his abilities of coalition building and creativity to develop the organization Partners for Livable Places, now known as Partners for Livable Communities. Partners has been on the cutting edge of livability, quality of life, and civic development concerns throughout America, and increasingly in other parts of the world.

For thirty years, Partners has become the national leader on issues of livability and better communities. With a network of over 1,000 organizations ranging from the World Wildlife Fund to the Urban Land Institute, Partners embodies the diversity and consensus building needed in the recovery of the American city.

Mr. McNulty has academic degrees in business and law from the University of California, Berkeley. He has been a Fellow at both the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, and at Yale’s Pearson College. He received fellowship grants from the Graham Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Smithsonian Institution. He currently is on the faculty of the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University.