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Aaron is an artist, designer, and engineer from Gloucester, Massachusetts. He graduated from Olin College of Engineering where he studied Design Engineering. He’s spent the last few years exploring cities, urban design, and livability.
Allie is an aspiring community organizer from Reading, Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Connecticut College where she studied sociology and public policy. Her work with a number of non-profits and political campaigns in Boston and New London has led her to focus on how urban design can be used to promote social justice.
Alice is a graduate from The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, where she earned a master’s degree in International Development. Through her studies and her community development work on both the international and local level, she has fostered a passion for creating inclusive and equal societies. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, playing the ukulele, and explaining to Americans that her British accent isn’t Australian.
Bianca is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, the school of hard knocks, and her level one improv class. A native of South Florida, her interest in community spaces started after she moved to Boston without knowing anyone in 2017, which she guesses is an inherently self-involved reason. She hopes to continue working to make community spaces that are less about her, and that she got at least one laugh from this bio.
Andrew is a current junior at Olin College studying engineering with human-centered design and a concentration in sustainability. His interest in urban design lies at the intersection of livability and sustainability and how both can be used to improve our lives. He’s worked on projects of various scales both in the United States and internationally.
Cindy is a rising sophomore at Barnard College of Columbia University. Her experience with Asian American advocacy and community organizing in Boston Chinatown sparked her interest in equitable urban planning. She hopes to build inclusive spaces and to eat a dozen egg tarts in one sitting.
Emily grew up just outside Boston in Lexington, Massachusetts and is currently a student at Colorado College. She is studying Economics, Spanish, and Environmental Issues. During her time at CultureHouse, she is excited to learn more about community spaces, placemaking, and the nonprofit sector. In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time with family, reading, and, most importantly, eating chocolate.
Sidra is a rising sophomore and a prospective Psychology major at Dartmouth College, and is interested in learning more about the importance of community spaces and how to cultivate them during her time at CultureHouse. In her free time, Sidra likes to sing, paint, and spend time with friends!
Want to help create pop-up community spaces? We’re always looking for volunteers to work with us. It’s a great way to connect with the local community and learn more about CultureHouse and our mission! If you’re interested sign up below (you know you want to).
We have internship opportunities available for people who are driven and passionate about creating spaces for people. Regrettably, we are currently unable to offer paid internships, but they can be done for school credit or are great if you have funding already in place. Contact Allie at email@example.com to inquire.