I analyzed the change in automobile traffic in the 43rd ward for Alderman Michele Smith for the Metropolitan Planning Council.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Master of Urban Planning & Policy (MUPP)
Current: Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, Director of Community Development
This is a sustainable economic development plan for the Midtown neighborhood in Gary, Indiana.
This plan lays out a sustainable housing plan for the Logan Square community area in Chicago.
The project makes a case for transforming Lincoln Avenue from Wilson to Lawrence into a “shared street”, a variation on the term “woonerf”. There is also a case for Transit Oriented Development (TOD) made near the Western Brown Line station.
The goal of this GIS project was to analyze what streets in Chicago would be best to have the potential to be transformed into shared streets.
The Ravenswood Framework Plan was completed in April 2019 for the Ravenswood Neighbors Association. As the Chair of the Planning and Development Committee, I led a team to create this plan that will hopefully inform development in the neighborhood for the future.
This project was developed as a preliminary part of the “Cost of Segregation” study that the Metropolitan Planning Council is undertaking. Most of the document focuses on schools in Chicago and the relationship between community area demographics, school performance, and different school types.
This project shows the change in public rail transportation, the development of highways, and density in the Chicago region between 1940 and 2013.
This project analyzes the built environment and characteristics of a half mile radius from the Ashland Ave & Madison St intersection as part of a larger transect.
With AJ Cesena, Bethany Salmon, and Paul Needham. This project highlights the adaptive re-use of the White Flint Mall in the Washington DC Metropolitan region. WhiteFlint