Infrastructure x Equity's key workstreams
Developing strategies, frameworks, and trainings to mainstream equity and inclusion in planning, design, and project development.
Bringing together business, government and community stakeholders to grow a more inclusive and resilient green economy.
Sharing new approaches to infrastructure development, to shift public discussion and norms to become more participatory, democratic and equitable.
Report Released: "Better Neigbors: Improving the
Local Green Economy Ecosystem" (2022 Roundtable)
"Better Neighbors" Roundtable with Cities
& Green Economy Companies
Transitioning fossil fuel workers to future jobs
Building capacity and matching workers to green economy opportunities using data science
Measuring resilience and equity in green infrastructure
Assessing infrastructure projects using resilience and equity indicators
Kevin Fan Hsu
Kevin is a sustainability and resilience planning professional with experience on both sides of the Pacific. He has held positions with the Centre for Liveable Cities, the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, and The Walt Disney Company. He holds an M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Stanford University and M.A. in Cultural Heritage Management from Johns Hopkins University. Kevin has taught courses on energy/environment, design, and public participation at Stanford, and is a 2022 Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI) fellow.
Christina Jenq, Ph.D. is an applied economist with cross-disciplinary experience in economic modeling, labor and development economics, academia, finance, and consulting. She is passionate about promoting equity of economic opportunity for females and other under-represented communities. She received her B.A. in Physics from Harvard College and her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.