About Me

My interests are numerous but are focused on the urban political economy and equitable sustainable development. I have experience in the world of sustainable transit, urban planning, environmental justice, real estate, walkable urban development, and the renewable energy sector. I am passionate about using both quantitative and qualitative data to improve cities.

During my undergraduate career at the George Washington University, I double majored in Geography and International Affairs with a concentration in International Environmental Studies and a minor in GIS. Also at GW, my master’s thesis research has revolved around urban political ecology, equity, and understanding the role of economic incentives and public-private partnerships in the rapid redevelopment process, using Capitol Riverfront in Washington, DC as a case study.

I am passionate about my friends and family, gluten-free baking, community activism, and participatory planning. I love to spend time meeting new people, reading, and petting dogs.

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