Albert Flootman is a Development Planner with the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. He previously worked for the Town of Creston, British Columbia, and the Cities of Cambridge and Sarnia, Ontario. His background includes roles in local government management, policy planning and economic development, and he has spent much of his career engaged in urban regeneration efforts.
He is a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners. He completed his undergraduate at the University of Waterloo (School of Urban & Regional Planning), and his Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Western Ontario. His varied interests include road cycling, skiing and travelling with his family while enjoying their vintage Airstream trailer.