Albert is a current undergraduate student at Dartmouth College studying geography and economics. Growing up in northeast Florida but exposed to various built environments from a young age, he is keenly aware of the impact that planning policies can have on day-to-day life. He enjoys using GIS and data analysis to uncover new insights about our towns and cities. This winter, he will investigate the consequences of mid-20th-century urban renewal projects in Charlotte, North Carolina.

He has previously interned with a small solar farm developer, gaining an understanding of how development interacts with policy. He has also worked with Dartmouth’s Campus Planning office, helping to gather public input on plans for new housing.