Maggie Super Church is an independent consultant working with mission-driven clients to help build healthy, sustainable and equitable communities. Her expertise spans multiple fields, including urban planning and design, community development, real estate finance and non-profit management. Currently, she is working with the Conservation Law Foundation and Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation on metrics, structuring and capitalization for the Healthy Neighborhoods Equity Fund, a $30 million private equity real estate fund. As the past Executive Director of Groundwork Lawrence, she helped lead the organization’s growth from a small start-up to a dynamic statewide and national model for public-private partnership. Maggie earned her master’s degree in City Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she was the recipient of the Wallace Floyd Award for City Design and Development and the MIT/DUSP Excellence in Public Service Award. She is a Truman Scholar and received her Master’s degree in Urban Design from the Edinburgh College of Art and her BA in Architecture from Yale University. Maggie is a Fellow at the MassInc Gateway Cities Innovation Institute, a member of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s County Health Rankings Scientific Advisory Group, and a past Board Chair of Groundwork USA.