Research Assistant
Hannah Shumway is a current Master in City Planning candidate at MIT in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She looks to integrate ethical use of the ever-expanding datasets of our digital world with empirical questions that grapple with how we prevent new technologies in our cities from perpetuating racial and economic injustices. Prior to DUSP, Hannah worked as a Solution Engineer in Esri's National Government Geospatial Center and as an
analyst at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Hannah holds a Bachelor's degree from Macalester College with majors in Geography and Political Science, a minor in Data Science, and a concentration in Urban Studies. Her undergraduate honors thesis explored non-car transportation in St. Louis, Missouri.Huiwen Shi is a design student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's School of Architecture+Planning since 2020. With a passion in creating great digital products to positively impact urban life, she works as a designer and developer. She worked on various stages of building responsive, user-friendly, interactive interfaces.