Projects: At the Municipal Transportation Agency, I analyzed data for the Transit Effectiveness Program, measured fare evasion on Muni, and secured funding for the Lifeline Pass Program. As part of a consulting project for the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement, my cohort authored a study on recent changes in the City’s health care laws.”
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
School: University of California, Berkeley
Field of Study: History
Selected Honors: Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholarship
Selected Activities and Community Involvement: Editor-in-Chief, Berkeley Undergraduate Journal; Volunteer, US Dept. of Veterans Affairs
Prior Work Experience: Vice President, Berkeley Students’ Cooperative; Research Assistant, UC Berkeley
Why San Francisco is important to me: I am interested in how San Francisco uses public policy and community involvement to foster economic growth, equal opportunity, and sustainable planning.
Something unique about me: I lived in a student-owned housing cooperative as an undergraduate.
What I’m Doing Now: Yale Law School (J.D. 2013)