- Boston MA
A recent Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation at Columbia University urban planning graduate, Daniel Hewes has maintained a strong interest in urban studies for several years. He wrote his master’s thesis on community-led disaster planning and wrote a bachelor’s thesis on urban sustainability and city living while studying for his degree in environmental and urban studies at Northeastern University. A member of the American Planning Association, Daniel Hewes is also interested in affordable housing, community development, and transportation. He has followed a number of large-scale efforts by various levels of government to handle climate change issues.
In addition to his education, Hewes has built up professional experience through a variety of positions. He most recently spent several months working as a community affairs fellow for the New York Senate under Senator Daniel Squadron and previously served as a program coordinator for the Boston Public Health Commission and researcher and outreach associate for the Sustainable Performance Institute.
Throughout his professional history, Hewes has become familiar with a wide range of responsibilities, from leading discussion forums and conducting preliminary research to coordinating studies and managing constituent cases.