While at APD-U Reginald has worked with projects that include traditional neighborhood planning, existing conditions analysis, community organizing, and program management. He is also well versed in the application of GIS software and analysis within projects to ensure data-driven and equitable outcomes. His work highlights include large-scale data analysis to understand current dynamics within communities and creating online platforms that serve as resident education and information sharing centers.

Reginald is a graduate of The University of West Georgia where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Geography. Through his undergraduate course work, he became interested in urban studies that are centered around the history of racial injustice within housing policy and discriminatory practices that have had lasting effects on the condition of minority communities today. His interest in the history of minority communities drove him to continue his education to obtain a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology to build a career in urban planning. His goal is to empower communities that have seen years of disinvestment and assist them in preserving their culture while progressing their community by utilizing GIS technology and community branding.


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