MArch alumna Jennifer Pope (’14) recently joined the Infrastructure Team in the office of Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti.
As a policy analyst, she advises on public projects such as the Citywide Sidewalk Reconstruction Program and the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project. She is delighted to apply her architectural training towards implementing the Mayor’s goals to create a more livable and sustainable city – one city project at a time.
“I am very excited for the scope of work which includes a front row seat on projects such as citywide sidewalk repair and the 6th Street Bridge as well as learning from the innovative and forward-thinking team in the Mayor’s Office.” ~Jennifer Pope
Previously, Jennifer was a Coro Fellow in Public Affairs. During that time, Jennifer worked with the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability in the City of Los Angeles on the Sustainable City pLAn implementation strategy.
The Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs is a graduate level, experience based, cross-sectoral fellowship to train effective leaders in public affairs. Coro training uses a variety of conceptual tools to analyze structure and function of diverse organizations, evaluate goals and obstacles, and develop actionable, collaborative solutions.