#ChangeTheRatio/Sophonie Milande Joseph

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Sophonie Milande Joseph



I am an urban planner and applied researcher. I enjoy conducting applied, mixed-methods research and ethnographic exploration of targeted beneficiaries lived experiences to develop policy recommendations for improved practice.

About Me
Sophonie Milande Joseph is a Ph.D. Candidate in Urban Planning at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) in New York City.
She has over 10 years’ experience as an applied researcher with a focus on community development; diaspora’s collective remittances; and environmental justice. A proven ability to evaluate, aggregate, and synthesize data and information about programs and policies while identifying areas in need of improvement. Sophonie is proactive, flexible and a self-reliant individual with superior writing and editing skills. Possessing an in-depth understanding of public policy needs in the areas of environmental justice and diversity in higher education. Extensive experience preparing reports in tabular, graphic, or narrative formats, and presenting information at conferences and in public forums. Knowledge of best practices, processes, and operations.
I'm looking for
A purpose driven mission focused on social justice through the use of data-driven storytelling
Role
Data Scientist; Survey Research; Monitoring and Evaluation; Assessments

Location
No preference

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