MS, Urban Affairs – Urban Sustainability & Community Development, CUNY Hunter College (2015)

BA cum laude, History, minor in Journalism, Saint Michael’s College (2010)


Member, City of Peekskill Conservation Advisory Council (December 2018 – present)

Foundations & Grants Manager, Nazareth Housing (April 2018 – present)

Resiliency Coordinator, Nazareth Housing (April 2016 – April 2018)

Research Associate, CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities (Feb. 2015 – April 2016)

Communications Consultant, Refugee & Immigrant Fund (April 2014 – Feb. 2015)

Graduate Consultant, International Metropolitan Research Consortium (Sept. 2013 – Dec. 2013)

Staff Writer, The Argentina Independent (Sept. 2012 – March 2013)

Tutor, City Year, Inc. (AmeriCorps) (Aug. 2011 – June 2012)


Writing and editing (LOIs, grant proposals, program reports, newsletters, etc.); research and analysis; interviewing and surveying; program development and project management; data collection and visualization; needs assessment and asset analysis; Spanish (intermediate competency – speak, read, and write); Italian and Portuguese (basic competency – read); Adobe Creative Suite; Microsoft Office; WordPress and digital content creation; social media proficiency; basic photography skills.


Sustainability; Resiliency; Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation; Conservation; Urban Greening; Participatory Planning; Poverty Alleviation; Human Services; Community Development; Environmental Stewardship & Advocacy.

Organic Gardening; Urban Agriculture; Composting; Latin American Culture & History; Politics; Journalism; Hiking; Running; Cooking; Creative Writing.



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