- Capitol Navy Yard. A case study of government’s role in the transition of the Navy Yard neighborhood in Washington D.C. between 1995 and 2008.
How to lay the foundations for making places to create livable cities, and what is necessary to bring this idea into reality in distressed urban neighborhoods in the United States are the all-encompassing questions which motivates my research.
I currently work for a budget policy think tank focused on New York State and City issues, specializing in economic development and infrastructure financing and spending. Research output in this position includes blogposts, policy briefs, and research papers. I also field media interview requests and manage social media accounts. I have also worked on a number of research papers for the Upjohn Insitute with professors and research staff at Rutgers and the University of Pennsylvania.
- Methods of Planning Analysis I (970:515) – Fall 2008-Fall 2012 (TA)