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Nalliah Thillainada Rajah

consultant , urban planner

Nalliah Thillainada Rajah, Sri Lankan urban planner, consultant. Eisenhower-Jennings Randolph fellow, 1989. Member American Planning Association (charter), International Public Works Federation (charter), American Public Works Association, American Society for Public Administrator.

Background

Rajah, Nalliah Thillainada was born on August 18, 1941 in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Came to the United States, 1970. Son of Chellpah Nalliah and Gnaratnam Suppiah.

Education

Bachelor, United States International University, 1971. Master of Arts, San Diego State University, 1973.

Career

Senior research planner, Community Action Pittsburgh, 1976;consultant planner, Department Lands and Survey, Wellington, New Zealand, 1978-1980;consultant planner, Government of New Zealand, 1981;manager solid waste program, Clark County Department Public Works, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1982-1986;manager administration and programs, Clark County Department Public Works, Las Vegas, Nevada, since 1986. Board directors Development Support Systems, Inc., Washington.

Works

  • Editor: An Aid To Land Use Planning, 1979, The New Zealand Land Inventory, 1979.

Membership

Member American Planning Association (charter), International Public Works Federation (charter), American Public Works Association, American Society for Public Administrator.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, reading, current affairs.

Connections

Married Maria Resident Advisor D'Silva, March 30, 1970.

father:
Chellpah Nalliah

mother:
Gnaratnam Suppiah

spouse:
Maria Resident Advisor D'Silva