Adriana Lasso-Harrier is an urban planner and researcher on the public spaces that we spend our time in - both in cities and online.
As an affiliate, Adriana will study how the digital public realms that we increasingly use to connect, work, and play are re-shaping physical urban spaces. She will investigate if - and how - cyberspace is impacting how cities' public spaces are built and used.
With previous roles in grassroots organizing, public policy, and research on urban security technology, Adriana has seen firsthand how digital and tactical interventions can be harnessed to build trustworthy and responsive spaces. She currently works as an urban planner at the Boston Planning & Development Agency and is a recent graduate of Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.