Eric S. Bosman
Vice President at Kimley-Horn
Eric S. Bosman, AICP is a Vice President at Kimley-Horn, where he leads interdisciplinary efforts including land use and development, public space, and transit initiatives to create more lively, walkable communities. As a sought-after leader of planning, design, and implementation efforts, he combines strategies and tools from planning, urban design, and architecture to create stronger communities and great places.
Almost all of Eric’s professional projects include public engagement as an integral part of the planning and design process. He is an accomplished instructor and regularly conducts professional development seminars on community planning, leadership, and communication skills.
Eric holds a Bachelor of Arts in Design from Clemson University and a Master of Architecture and Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a former President of the Georgia Chapter of the American Planning Association.