I am originally from New York City and am now based in its rival global city, London. I moved to London to do a Masters at LSE Cities from Washington, DC, where I used to work in Civil Rights & Employment law.
I am a cycling activist with expertise in the gender gap and other inequalities in cycling. I am passionate about inclusive cycling and have done cycling advocacy in Washington, DC, New York and London. I approach urban cycling as a lens through which we can examine broader issues around power, privilege and oppression.
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Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hire me for: Research and writing on urban mobility and other urban issues, public speaking engagements, guest lectures, cycling tours, starting and scaling women’s cycling groups.
Certified Cycling Instructor by the League of American Bicyclists
Associate Member, Institution of Civil Engineers
Humanising Autonomy, London, Public Policy Strategist, May — September 2018
Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Fort Washington, MD, Research Adviser, July 2017 — September 2018
LSE Cities, London, Research Assistant, October 2017 — May 2018
NAACP Legal Defense Fund, NYC, Prospect Researcher, May — September 2017
Bike New York, NYC, Cycling Educator, April — September 2017
UCL City Leadership Lab, London, Research Assistant, May — September 2016
Cohen Milstein, Washington, DC, Civil Rights & Employment Paralegal, 2013 — 2015
Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC, Consumer Protection Paralegal, August 2012 — January 2013
Colegio Hipatia, Madrid, English Language & Culture Assistant, September 2011 — June 2012
London School of Economics, MSc, City Design & Social Science
Tufts University, BA, Women’s Studies and Peace & Justice Studies