Littleton names interim director of community development

Staff report
Posted 2/2/19

Jennifer Q. Henninger has been named interim director of community development. Henninger has experience in both the public and private sectors in the profession of community planning. She joined RG …

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Littleton names interim director of community development

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Jennifer Q. Henninger has been named interim director of community development.

Henninger has experience in both the public and private sectors in the profession of community planning. She joined RG and Associates in 2011, where she assisted small towns in Colorado in grant writing and administration, economic development, community engagement and development review.

“There is so much happening in Littleton and I look forward to collaborating with the great staff and council to continue all the positive work ahead,” Henninger said in a city news release.

She has a master's in public administration from the University of Colorado at Denver and a bachelor of science in city and regional planning from Cornell University.

“Jennifer's expertise in municipal planning includes extensive work in writing and updating comprehensive plans for the towns of Kersey, Sheridan, Kremmling and Rio Grand County,” Littleton City Manager Mark Relph said in the release. “She will be instrumental in leading the process this year to create and adopt a new Comprehensive Plan for Littleton.”

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