I'm a postdoctoral fellow at the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation and the Center for Spatial Data Science at the University of Chicago. My main research traces the legacies of historical structural disinvestment and asks how they have shaped present-day inequality and processes of neighborhood change.
I have a new paper that uses mobile phone data to measure variation of ego-centric social contexts and how that changes our measurements of diversity and segregation.
Another paper I published recently compares neighborhood outcomes using the FHA redlining map in Chicago to the HOLC's.
I made a map tool that looks at the socioeconomic and demographic trajectories over from 1930 to 2016 of areas graded by the HOLC.
Starting Fall 2022, I will join Cornell University's Department of City and Regional Planning as an Assistant Professor.