Research Assistant
Jonathan Goh is a Master of City Planning Candidate seeking to understand how we might use digital platforms to create participatory approaches to urban development. He believes the knowledge embedded within the everyday lived experiences of marginalized communities are fundamental to this endeavor. Drawing from perspectives in socio-cultural anthropology, he explores how to co-design participatory processes based on the innovative ways these communities create space for themselves.

Before DUSP, Jonathan worked in business strategy and data analytics. However, his deeply personal projects focused on the livelihoods of refugees and Asian American communities in urban areas—drawing from these intersections within his own identity.