Ashley Louie is an urban designer and civic technologist, who works at the intersection of data visualization, geospatial analysis, and storytelling. Recently, she has led design and development of data visualizations for CDDL’s migration studies with the World Food Programme, and the Living Heritage Atlas. She has also worked on CDDL’s interactive web visualizations exhibited in Open Collectives and Visualize NYC. Ashley's prior professional experience includes geospatial analysis and mapping of mass timber resources, visualizing data for workplace strategy, and architectural design for multifamily housing and public works projects in San Francisco.

With a passion for improving cities, engaging people, and serving communities, Ashley has developed a multi-scalar approach to systems and spaces within the public realm. Ashley holds a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, where she was awarded the GSAPP Visualization Award, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California. While at Columbia, Ashley was involved in research for Conflict Urbanism Puerto Rico Now through the Center for Spatial Research.