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Alison Drury

Former Graduate Research Assistant, ICIS

Alison B. Drury, former Graduate Research Assistant, received a Master of Urban Planning from the Wagner School of Public Service, New York University in May 2003. After earning her bachelor’s degree, Alison spent a semester as a Research Assistant at the World Bank, in Washington DC, working on the World Development Report on Poverty 2000-2001. She also participated in a NAFTA program in Washington DC through the Washington Center, earning a certificate as a specialist in NAFTA trade and relations. Since graduation, Alison has been employed at The Louis Berger Group, Inc. as a planner. Education: Bachelor of Arts, Honors in Political Science at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Alison’s work at ICIS involved research in the area of sustainability and implications of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the WTC for public infrastructure services.





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