Haley Blakeman, ASLA, AICP
Community Planner, Project Manager
Haley Blakeman is a Project Manager with CPEX’s Statewide Planning initiative, which assists small towns and parishes throughout Louisiana to grow in a more sustainable manner by facilitating long-term, citizen-driven comprehensive planning processes, building planning capacity, and working with them to implement projects from their plans. Haley has worked on planning efforts with the Town of Jena, the Town of Jean Lafitte, St. Charles Parish, Vernon Parish, Lafayette City-Parish, East Feliciana Parish and Lafourche Parish. In addition, Haley has been involved in the development of the Coastal Best Practices Manual.
Haley has over 9 years of experience in Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture. During that time, she has been exposed to design at a variety of scales, from comprehensive planning to detail site design. She has contributed to projects ranging from residential master planning, commercial site design, institutional site design, hike and bike trail design, open space and greenway plans, stream restoration and water quality testing, as well as Traditional Neighborhood Developments throughout the Gulf South.
Haley holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Louisiana State University and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from the University of New Orleans.
Haley is involved in the state American Planning Association and is the current President-Elect of the Louisiana Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects. She is currently on the Complete Streets Workgroup and Advocacy Group, helping to establish Complete Streets policy at the state and local level. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, cook with her friends, travel and go camping in the mountains.