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The team

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Aaron Greiner

Chief Radness Officer

Aaron is an urban designer based in Somerville, Massachusetts. He graduated from Olin College of Engineering where he studied Sustainable and Social Design Engineering. He is passionate about creating sustainable, livable, and equitable cities. Catch him biking around town on his bright orange fixie.

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Eric Sargent

Inspiration Oracle
Program Manager

Eric Sargent is a social entrepreneur and community organizer. He is certified in Permaculture Design and has managed the implementation of over 60 community driven projects in Baltimore and New England. Eric is an advocate for personal development, community-driven solutions, and eating more peaches.

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Emery Malachowski

Scribbler Extraordinaire

Emery was born and grown in Lowell, MA, and currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA. They graduated from Juniata College with a BA in Literature of Power Dynamics, and are fascinated with the futures of U.S. cities, and the ways in which equitable improvements benefit everyone. They have worked in writing and community development through the education, non-profit, and journalism sectors, as well as through pursuing their own creative writing endeavors.

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Marion Madanguit

Chaos Coordinator

Marion is a sophomore at Olin College of Engineering who is interested in infrastructure, design, storytelling, and the intersections between them. She is fascinated by space (both negative and outer) and hopes to own a movie theater one day.

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Jan (pronounced “Yahn”) manages our HQ space to ensure there are no treats left uneaten and boxes left unexplored. He’s not yet sure how he feels about the humans. Any affection he does feel, he gives in very limited moments so the people don’t think he likes them too much. That would be embarrassing.

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Work with us

Are you passionate about public space? We currently do not have any open positions, but we are always looking for driven and dedicated people to work with. If this sounds like you, email Aaron at with your resume, a cover letter, and your favorite public space so we can keep you in mind for future positions.


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. We are currently hiring for two positions for the spring 2021 semester.

Data Intern

The Data Intern will support rolling out a CultureHouse community engagement database, analyzing data, and developing systems for data administration.

Programs and Events Intern

The Programs and Events intern will support the planning process and implementation of community pop-up spaces and programs.


To apply for either position, email Eric at with your favorite public space and a PDF of your resume and cover letter. Feel free to reach out with any questions.