Regan Schnug, AICP, was named to Airport Business Magazine‘s 2022 Top 40 Under 40 list, a recognition given to the top innovative thinkers who successfully advance the aviation industry. Regan has been recognized specifically for her leadership in aviation system planning and the community in which she serves.
A project manager with Kimley-Horn, Regan has more than 15 years of experience in the aviation field, specializing in land use policy, regional planning, and smart growth techniques.
Regan has engaged with a variety of aviation planning issues nationwide, developing a holistic understanding of the importance of planning at state and regional levels and how that informs local decisions. Her skill set also includes experience in the use of geographic information systems, data analysis, planning methods, and the development and management of airport master plans, airport layout plans, state aviation system plans, airport zoning plans and ordinances, and airport land use compatibility and other airport-related guidebooks.
Most recently, Regan has completed numerous state aviation system plans and economic impact studies for state aviation agencies in numerous states.
Regan is an active member of industry organizations and committees, including the National Association of State Aviation Officials, the Transportation Research Board, and the Airport Cooperative Research Program, and has enjoyed guest lecturing at The Ohio State University’s Center for Aviation Studies. Regan is an accomplished conference speaker at the national and regional level and has completed speaking engagements at the 2021 AAAE Great Lakes Chapter Annual Conference and 2021 NASAO Annual Convention.