Nina Ignaczak is a devoted, lifelong resident of the beautiful and battered Detroit region and is fascinated by the intersection of people and place. She is a freelance writer experienced in working with local governments, nonprofits, community groups and small businesses on community planning, development and civic engagement initiatives.
She writes about community development, business, technology, local food, environment, transportation, land use planning & development, and civic innovation. Her journalism and essays have been published in NextCity, Model D, Metromode, Concentrate, Crains Detroit Business, Seedstock.com, Shareable.net, Orion, Michigan Planner, and Planning & Zoning News.
She lives in Rochester with her husband, son and daughter.