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Corneil Montgomery has committed a number of years focusing on creating and maintaining sustainable and livable communities. Specifically, Montgomery is notable for combating a variety of complex and interrelated issues such as, aging in place, community development, housing and schools, education and youth development, and much more. He is a new addition to the Neighborhood Revitalization team at Habitat for Humanity International, serving as Design and Implementation Senior Specialist. Montgomery is a doctoral candidate in the Public Policy and Administration Program with a specialization in Local Government Management for Sustainable Communities at Walden University, and anticipates graduating summer 2015. His doctoral research entails exploring the processes involved in planning and implementing aging in place initiatives and programs at the local level. In 2014, Montgomery was inducted into the Phi Alpha Alpha Global Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration, and recognized as a National Consultant and Trainer with NeighborWorks America. He is a member of the American Society of Public Administrators and Georgia’s Young Planners Group. Montgomery also obtained his Master of Arts in Teaching in 2011 and Bachelor of Science in Management in 2008.