A product of a Polish upbringing in the Brooklyn environment, I have been ingrained to value work ethic, culture, and a map. I have been a student of geography as an undergraduate at Penn State, and of public policy and urban planning as a graduate at the University of Southern California. During my time at USC, I was awarded a research assistantship to examine disaster resiliency and it’s associated economic impacts. After graduating during one of the worst economic periods in US history, I began to interfuse past skill-sets with new ones and created an opportunity for self-employment in the field of urban planning, transportation demand management, and spatial analysis. It is here where I forged a relationship with pointC. pointC is the ideal platform for my love of urban planning, progressive and critical thinking, and fresh innovation within a stagnant field. I support economic and spatial analysis, and research.
I enjoy both American and European football, Batman, George Orwell, and wide sidewalks.