• Professional Experience
    2012 - Present
    The MassInc Gateway Cities Innovation Institute envisions vibrant midsize cities driving regional economies. The Institute’s mission is to serve a committed group of Gateway City leaders working to prepare a skilled workforce, improve public safety, advance community health, and build the infrastructure for tomorrow’s economy. Leveraging MassINC’s capacity, the leadership and perspective of distinguished Fellows, and the organizing power of Members, the Institute works to strengthen connections between Gateway Cities and advance their common agenda. Fellows participate in forums, provide peer review for research, and help grow the network of leaders engaging in collaborative efforts to strengthen our Gateway Cities.
    2011 - Present
    Currently working with CLF Ventures (an affiliate of the Conservation Law Foundation) and the Metro Boston Sustainable Communities Consortium to complete a gap analysis of TOD project financing in the greater Boston area and document best practices in TOD financing nationwide. Also conducting research and preparing financial models and metrics for a new triple-bottom line Private Equity fund intended to support TOD projects that create environmental and community health benefits in addition to generating financial returns.
    2011 - Present
    Currently working with TTOR to grow and strengthen a statewide network of practitioners involved in land conservation and urban greening work. Providing a variety of services aimed at engaging and supporting this network, including direct outreach; conference planning; research, writing and editing; and preparation of a monthly e-newsletter that is distributed to 4,000+ people.
    2010 - Present
    Currently serving as Board Chair for Groundwork USA, a national non-profit that provides oversight, capacity-building support, technical assistance and funding to local Groundwork trusts operating across the United States. Each local trust is dedicated to renewing and restoring distressed neighborhoods through environmental projects and programs that bring local residents, government, youth, and businesses together. Groundwork trusts, which are independent non-profits, are established in places with an industrial past that have been largely left behind by economic growth in the last few decades.
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  • Educational Background
    1997 - 1999

    Extra-activity: Faculty Search Committee, Wallace Floyd Award for City Design & Development, MIT / DUSP Excellence in Public Service Award

    1996 - 1997

    Extra-activity: Heriot Watt University Boat Club

    1991 - 1995

    Extra-activity: Varsity Fencing Team, Truman Scholar (1994), Big Brother/ Big Sister, FOCUS on New Haven

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