Carol Ogilvie is a graduate of Keene State College with a BA in Sociology and holds a Master’s Degree from Kent State University in Policy Planning. She recently retired from the Town of Peterborough, NH, after more than 10 years as the Community Development Director. Ms. Ogilvie has more than 25 years of experience in local, regional, and state government, with a focus on town land use planning, as well as economic and community development. Prior to her role in Peterborough, Ms. Ogilvie was employed for 14 years with the Southwest Regional Planning Commission in Keene, NH, a planning agency serving 35 towns, where she provided planning and zoning assistance to local boards, and was involved in the development of numerous local master plans, hazard mitigation plans, and the drafting of model regulations for subdivision, site plan review, and earth excavations. In addition, Ms. Ogilvie regularly provides training for planning and zoning board; has taught the class on the Selectmen’s Role in Planning and Zoning for the annual Antioch NE Selectmen’s Institute since its inception in 1999; and is an Adjunct Professor at Antioch New England in Keene, NH, where she teaches a course in Land Use and Community Planning. Ms. Ogilvie serves as a subject advisor to MRI and will occasionally work on a project team.