I'm a geographer studying how to make urban neighborhoods and food systems healthier and more equitable. My broad interests are in urban development and inequality, geographic information systems, political geography, and place effects on health. More specifically, my research focuses on the role of maps and spatial analysis in shaping our understanding of hunger, housing, poverty, and neighborhood development and enabling community organization around these issues.
You can find more information on my specific research projects on my research page or browse publications. I welcome interest from graduate students interested in studying disparities in access to food and housing, participatory and engaged research, open source GIS tools, and community development.
You are welcome to contact me for more information.