California Planning Foundation

The California Planning Foundation (CPF) is a nonprofit, charitable corporation established to further the professional practice of planning inCalifornia. CPF achieves this goal through its primary activity of scholarships and awards to university students in financial need, who have demonstrated academic excellence at eligible planning programs in California. A secondary, but vitally important CPF activity is the sponsorship of workshops, publications and other continuing educational and professional development programs. CPF promotes the objectives of equal opportunity and social equity in all programs supported by contributions to CPF and fundraising activities.

2011-12 CPF Scholarship Recipients from the Northern Section

  • Outstanding Student Award – First Place [$5,000]:  Michelle Thong, UC Berkeley
  • Outstanding Student Award – Runner Up [$3,000]:  Matthew Brill, UC Berkeley
  • Outstanding Diversity Award [$3,000]:  Connery Cepeda, UC Berkeley
  • California Planning Roundtable / Richard G. Munsell Scholarship [$1,000]:  Jean Casey, San José State University
  • California Planning Roundtable / Frank Wein Scholarship [$1,000]:  Michael Katz, UC Berkeley
  • Atkins Global Scholarship [$1,000]:  Shannon Fiala, UC Berkeley
  • Northern Section Award [$1,000]:  Jacob Bintliff, UC Berkeley
  • Northern Section Award [$1,000]:  Alison Gill, San Francisco State University
  • Northern Section Award [$1,000]:  Nicole Martindale, Sonoma State University
  • Northern Section Award [$1,000]:  Johnasies McGraw, San José State University
  • Honorable Mention:  Nicholas Coleman, Humboldt State University
  • Honorable Mention:  Anna McCorvey, UC Berkeley
  • Continuing Student Scholarship [$1,000]:  Avalon Schultz, San José State University
  • Continuing Student Scholarship [$1,000]:  Michelle Thong, UC Berkeley
  • Graduating Student Merit Award:  Antonea Colon, San José State University
  • Graduating Student Merit Award:  Jessica Luk, UC Berkeley

If you would like more information on how you can be involved or contribute to CPF, please contact Hing Wong, CPF Liaison, at hingw@abag.ca.gov.

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