fall in Old Quebec

2019- what a year! After returning from my solo trip to Old Quebec, a wonderful, historic city that mixes traditional architecture with state-of-the-art geothermal heating and rooftop gardens, I spent the remainder of the fall semester completing the toughest academic courses I have taken in my graduate program so far (while working full time) . All the hard work certainly paid off- learning about environmental governance and the importance of taking climate action on local policy levels was invaluable. And my transportation studio course was packed full of great speakers, fascinating lectures on how streets are made, and culminated in my consulting team’s final product. Check it out under My Projects!

Our transportation studio course welcomes California Transportation Agency Secretary David Kim back to USC Price!

I am also sharing the link to my GIS project, which is a new skillset I am proud to say I now have. I’ve always loved maps and data, and I am excited to apply these skills at my workplace to solve policy problems. Link is here for those who are interested.

What can you look forward to in 2020? Stay tuned for more stellar Planner Profiles and sustainability projects from yours truly. Cheers to a greener and brighter decade!