Callie is a NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Urban Intelligence Lab and an Urban Systems PhD Candidate in the Civil and Urban Engineering department at NYU. Her research interests include spatial analysis of infrastructure equity and the resulting impact on community dynamics and resilience. Currently she is partnering with City Harvest to analyze geospatial and temporal food pantry access across New York City. Callie earned both a master’s in Systems Engineering and a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UC Berkeley. At UC Berkeley, she performed research simulating response time under different scenarios of police defunding and alternate responder deployment. She also worked with eCAL lab to model equitable spatial distribution of new public EV charging infrastructure in the state of California to meet their future policy goals. Between her undergraduate and master’s, Callie worked as a data analyst at Lawrence Berkeley National lab in the Building Technology and Urban Systems Division.