Jennah Gosciak

Jennah Gosciak
Jennah Gosciak

Data-Science Student Fellow  / Litmus

Biography

Jennah Gosciak (she/they) is a Data-Science Student Fellow in the Litmus program of the NYU Marron Institute, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Urban Planning at NYU Wagner, and a Henry Hart Rice Urban Studies Fellow at NYU Wagner. They are a lifelong New Yorker from the East Village/Lower East Side. At NYU Wagner, they’re interested in the intersections of urban planning and data science—specifically, leveraging the power of open data to improve policymaking in cities and support community-driven initiatives. Prior to NYU Wagner, Jennah worked as a programmer at Mathematica where they supported RCTs, impact evaluations, and descriptive studies on policy issues related to education, child welfare, and labor. Jennah graduated from Brown University in 2019 with a B.A. in Applied Mathematics and Urban Studies. Their capstone research project examined trends in property ownership over time and the relationship between ownership and housing insecurity.