I have been lucky to work in amazing interdisciplinary teams to better understand and elevate the lived experiences of those most impacted by the housing crisis in Salt Lake County, Utah. I am also interested in the ways in which data science and other mathematical tools can be used to analyze the complex justice issues facing unsheltered communities and design public resources which work best for individuals.
Lived Experiences with Air Pollution
Above you can view a paper published by myself, Angelina DeMarco, and Dr. Jeff Rose elevating the lived experiences of people experiencing unsheltered homelessness along the Jordan River in Salt Lake County, UT with respect to poor air quality.
JRC Commissioned Report
Above you can view the draft report that Dr. Jeff Rose, Angelina DeMarco, and I wrote regarding our research on the social and environmental complexities associated with unsheltered homelessness along the Jordan River corridor, in Salt Lake County, Utah. This work was commissioned by the Jordan River Commission (JRC) and funded by the JRC and the Utah Department of Natural Resources.
Impacts of Air Pollution
Above you can view a paper published by Angelina DeMarco, Dr. Jeff Rose, Dr. Daniel Mendoza, and myself discussing the ways in which environmental disamenities, such as poor air quality, impact individuals experiencing homelessness.