Stephanie Ball is a fiscal/economic analyst with TischlerBise and has experience with real estate, land use, and regulatory impact research, as well as community engagement and meeting facilitation. Prior to joining TischlerBise, Ms. Ball conducted research on real estate and land use and contributed to the Urban Land Institute's publication "What's Next? Real Estate in the New Economy." While working for the Capital Metro Transportation Authority of Austin, Texas, Ms. Ball created reports on Transit Authority best practices, coordinated and helped facilitate community involvement meetings, and utilized ArcGIS software to create maps for the Planning and Business & Community Development Departments. As an Associate Analyst for Abt Associates, Inc., Ms. Ball performed economic and cost-benefit analyses and conducted qualitative regulatory impact research utilizing web searches, scholarly publications, government reports, and interviews of affected entities.
Selected Impact Fee and Infrastructure Funding Strategy Experience
- San Luis, AZ – Impact Fee Study
- Somerton, AZ – Impact Fee Study
- Wellton, AZ – Impact Fee Study
- Sandy, UT – Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Impact Fee Study
Selected Fiscal / Economic Impact Experience
- Bexar County, TX – Research comparing the legislative authority of Texas cities and counties, and procedures and best practices for annexation, incorporation, and special district creation in Texas.
M.P.A., University of Texas at Austin - May 2012
B.A., Government & Politics; Economics, University of Maryland at College Park - May 2007
- "What's Next? Getting Ahead of Change." Urban Land Institute. 2012
- "What's Next? Real Estate in the New Economy." Urban Land Institute. 2011