Our Staff

Commission Staff

The Capital District Regional Planning Commission is comprised of staff with direct experience in planning, economic development, sustainability, and public administration.  As a result, the Commission is able to deliver high-quality programs and services to the region.

mark-castiglione-headshot-05-23-14-43-bard-rock-hrgwt-site-dedication-photo-nps-bill-urbin-copyMark A. Castiglione, AICP

Executive Director
Mark is the Commission’s fifth Executive Director, having joined CDRPC in December 2016.  Mark’s prior experience has exposed him to both the public sector and nonprofit organizations to advance regional planning, economic development and environmental protection.  Prior to joining CDRPC, Mark served as the Acting Executive Director of the Hudson River Valley Greenway and Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. His collaborative approach, focus on leveraging assets and finding common ground have enabled both the Greenway and the National Heritage Area to be key assets for its community of partner organizations and municipalities in the Hudson Valley.

Mark is a certified planner by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).  He is the Member-At-Large of the American Planning Association (APA) – New York State Chapter.  He previously served as its Vice President.  He holds a BA in U.S. History and a Master Degree in Regional Planning from the University at Albany, State University of New York. Mark is a native of New York State, originally from the Kingston area. He and his wife Elizabeth reside in the City of Albany.

Timothy M. Canty

Financial Officer (CDRPC; CDYCI)

Martin R. Daley

Director of Water Quality Programs
Martin joined the staff in 2013 as the Project Director for the Albany Pool Communities Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Plan and represents CDRPC at various MS4 and Water Quality working groups, as well as the Capital District Transportation Commission’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Prior to working for CDRPC, Martin served as a Project Director at Parks & Trails New York where he helped communities across New York advocate for, develop, and promote multi-use trails. Martin is active in a number of neighborhood and professional organizations, serving on the board of trustees of the Board of Great Camp Sagamore and as the Program Officer for the Capital District Planner’s Association. Martin received his Master’s Degree in Regional Planning from the State University of New York and lives in the Pine Hills Neighborhood of Albany.

Todd M. Fabozzi

Director of Sustainability
Todd has been a professional urban planner since 1993 and has worked for the Capital District Regional Planning Commission since 1996. He has developed the Commission’s Geographic Information System; has lectured extensively on regional growth; and has been involved in numerous smart growth, sustainability, and watershed protection studies and programs. He has a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University at Albany, where he teaches a course on GIS. He also teaches urban planning at Skidmore College and is a member of the Saratoga Springs Planning Board.

 Andrew Gillcrist

Environmental Planning Intern

Andrew is a Master of Regional Planning candidate at the University at Albany, SUNY.  He has also worked with Saratoga P.L.A.N. and the Great Camp Sagamore.

Dan HarpDaniel M. Harp, Jr.

Senior Planner
Dan joined the staff in 2014 as an Assistant Planner and responsible for data dissemination and analysis. Dan’s responsibilities include managing CDRPC’s school enrollment projections and monitoring building activity throughout the Capital Region. Prior to working at CDRPC Dan worked at the New York State Senate as a Regional Coordinator, handling constituent relations and promoting projects throughout Upstate New York. He has a B.A. in Politics from SUNY Potsdam, as well as a Master of Regional Planning from the University at Albany, SUNY. In addition, Dan volunteers for the Albany County Land Bank and spends his weekends hiking in the Catskills.

Magdy Hay, MBA

Financial Officer (Albany Pool Communities, Clean Energy Communities Program)

Sean MaguireSean M. Maguire, AICP AZS

Director of Economic Development
Sean is a certified planner, economic development and public administration professional with 15 years of economic development, local government management and public affairs experience.  Sean directs the Commission’s Economic Development and Data Services programs.

He joined CDRPC after working for the New York State Department of State as a municipal management consultant and project manager.  Prior to that, he was the Senior Economic Development Planner for Albany County.  He holds degrees in geography, planning, and public administration from the University at Albany, SUNY.  He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and is an Accredited Zones Specialist.  In 2017, Sean was named to the Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40 list.  He’s a passionate advocate for creating innovative strategies for sustainable, successful communities and organizations.  He is a dedicated volunteer with a history of public service, philanthropy, and community involvement.  Sean is a member of the Albany County Planning Board and former volunteer firefighter.  In addition, he is an adjunct professor at the University at Albany and an advisor to its student-operated ambulance service.  He resides in Guilderland with his wife Amie and their two children.

Donna ReinhartDonna M. Reinhart

Office Manager
Donna joined the staff in 2003, having managed the office of a local planning and economic development firm for nearly 10 years.  Donna manages the day-to-day operations for the Commission and the Capital District Youth Center, Inc including basic accounting and communications.  She holds an A.A.S. from Hudson Valley Community College in administrative studies.

Staff- Robyn ReynoldsRobyn Reynolds

Senior Planner
Robyn joined the staff in 2016 as a Senior Planner. Robyn is a Coordinator for the Capital Region under the Clean Energy Communities Program where she encourages local and regional adoption of energy efficiency and clean energy technologies and policy-making. Robyn previously worked in the private sector as a Sustainability Planner, assisting municipalities with renewable energy implementation and sustainable development. Robyn has a B.A. in International Relations and Environmental Studies from SUNY Geneseo and a Master of Regional Planning from the University at Albany, SUNY.  Robyn is also a Board Member for Capital CarShare.