Master of Urban and Regional Planning,
University of New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana, 2017

Master of Arts in Anthropology,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, Colorado, 2012

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology,
American University
Washington, DC, 2007

email: HaroldBaillie@tmgconsulting.net
Tel: (504) 569-9239 Ex. 34

Harold Baillie joined TMG Consulting in the fall of 2015. As a TMG team member, Mr. Baillie has integrated his research and design skills into various projects including: transportation oversight for the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority, comprehensive plan development for the City of Gretna, site planning for the North Terminal of the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (LANOIA), and community outreach for the "Working on the Water" educational program for coastal communities. Mr. Baillie also provides support to the LANOIA Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program, as well as several gaming-related projects focused on research and feasibility. Mr. Baillie has always worked closely with his colleagues at TMG and our clients to develop efficient and sustainable outcomes in order to create more livable communities.

Prior to joining TMG, Mr. Baillie worked in the cultural resource management field, focused on land use and historic preservation. He has worked with both private and public clients, acting as an intermediary between Native American governments, land use developers, and federal and state regulators. As an anthropologist and Registered Professional Archaeologist, Mr. Baillie has worked with diverse stakeholders, incorporating the wants and needs of communities into research designs that best reflect and respect long-standing practices and connections to place. He is deeply familiar with federal and state regulations in the management of historical sites. He has taken part in a variety of meetings seeking to engage and inform the public regarding new developments, and followed these meetings by conducting interviews with local stakeholders.

Mr. Baillie has a Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and is currently completing a Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning, and a Ph.D. in Urban Studies and Planning at the University of New Orleans. Mr. Baillie’s academic research focuses on the historical and ongoing shifts in public policy, economic growth and decline, and demographic characteristics of cities and the effects these trends have on the built environment. Over the course of his studies, Mr. Baillie has also participated in the creation of a plan for the inclusive development of the Newton and Teche commercial corridors for the Old Algiers Mainstreet Corporation. Mr. Baillie is also involved in the “Claiborne on the Verge” Research Project, which analyzes the historical development of contemporary planning and design challenges in black mecca neighborhoods in the American North and South.

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