Pathfinders Strategic Partners announces new planner
Britney Markhardt has joined Pathfinders Strategic Partners as a planner.
In that role, Markhardt will provide grant writing and administration services, ordinance codification, and plan development for communities in the Pathfinders’ region.
Markhardt will also serve as a source of information to help organizations identify funding for projects and provide technical services for various community activities.
“Britney is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science in community and regional planning and a minor in political science. Recently Britney completed a geographic information systems internship with the Iowa Department of Transportation,” said Kathy Pfiffner, executive director. “Britney’s strong writing and analytical skills along with her GIS experience will make her an asset to Pathfinders.”
Markhardt grew up on a farm in Belleville, Wisconsin, with her parents and two younger siblings.
Pathfinders Strategic Partners (formally known as MIDAS Council of Governments) is an intergovernmental council established in 1974 to help member governments in Calhoun, Hamilton, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Webster, and Wright counties thrive.