Christina Hoxie started Hoxie Collective in 2017. She has been practicing urban and regional planning in the greater Kansas City area since 2008. Prior to 2008, Christina worked in architectural practices in Chicago and Houston since 1995. Christina’s work focuses on providing comprehensive, actionable planning solutions that are pragmatic, creative, and owned by their unique communities.
The process to achieve these integrated, community-driven solutions is where the innovation lies. Christina is an empathetic listener and strategic thinker who facilitates informed dialogue to find common ground and creates clear decision-making processes that build trust. She also seeks opportunities during planning and analysis processes to build multi-sector partnerships that assist the implementation of solutions from public policy, to educational programs, to housing, mobility, and green infrastructure solutions.
Christina’s deep love of nature and neighborhoods carry over into her community service activities in Deep Roots committee leadership, and Heartland Conservation Alliance committee service, as well as volunteering with various community gardening initiatives.
Master of Urban Planning,
University of Kansas
Master of Architecture
University of Kansas
Bachelor of Fine Art,
University of Houston
Years of professional experience:
Full resume available HERE
SELECT AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Prairie Gateway Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2022 Awards of Excellence for planning and analysis: Oceti Sakowi Community Academy Vision Plan and Gliun Vision Plan, Rapid City, SD.
American Planning Association, Missouri Chapter, 2020 Outstanding Public Outreach, Program, Project, Tool or Community Initiative Award: Lykins Neighborhood Strategic Development Process.
American Planning Association, Missouri Chapter, 2020 Outstanding Plan: North Kansas City Bicycle Master Plan
Prairie Gateway Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2016 Award of Excellence for planning and analysis: Thunder Valley Regenerative Community, Porcupine, South Dakota.
American Planning Association, Missouri Chapter, 2015 Original and Innovative Plan award: Flint Hills Frontiers, 19 county ecoregional plan for the Flint Hills communities of Kansas.
National American Planning Association, 2010 Daniel Burnham award: Greater Downtown Area Plan, Kansas City, Missouri
Professional registration and membership:
American Institute of Certified Planners #025838;
American Planning Association (APA) national and Kansas City, Missouri member
Hoxie Collective employs a dynamic team structure in collaboration with other businesses, non-profit organizations, and higher education institutions both locally and nationally. We are a KCMO certified WBE/SLBE and a Missouri certified DBE. The Collective provides a full range of services, research, and expertise for community and regional planning and design. This business model allows each agency to stay streamlined and support each other in doing comprehensive community-focused work with thought leaders in the areas of expertise needed by the communities we serve. Hoxie Collective works with and endorses the following offices and individuals:
APPLIED URBAN RESEARCH
ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN
COMMUNITY LEGAL COUNSEL
(University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design)
Dina Newman (Center for Neighborhoods)
LaMonica Upton (Center for Neighborhoods)
DRAW Architecture + Urban Design
Neighborhood Legal Support of Kansas City
ENGAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION
GIS AND DATA ANALYTICS