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|Graduate Degree: MIT, Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Undergraduate Degree: Williams College
Areas of interest: Regionalism and metropolitan coordination
Agency: Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Project Description: Tina Rosan worked at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) on a research project about the intersection of local planning and politics in the I-495 region. Tina interviewed state and local officials and citizens in four towns. She combined these findings with data gathered by the MAPC to form the basis for a future report on the state of local planning in Massachusetts. While at the MAPC, Tina also participated the MAPC's MetroFuture regional visioning project and assisted a study titled the Cost of Sprawl.