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Carolyn Clevenger

Former Graduate Research Assistant, ICIS

Carolyn Clevenger, former Graduate Research Assistant, received a Master of Urban Planning from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service in May 2003, and is currently working in the infrastructure division of the NYC Economic Development Corporation. After graduating from Georgia Tech, Carolyn worked for United States Senator Max Cleland, assisting with constituent services and agency correspondence. She also interned for a local urban planning group primarily focusing on economic development and community relations in one of the oldest neighborhoods of Atlanta. In her first year as a Research Assistant at ICIS, she helped plan the conference, Advancing Education for Infrastructure Professionals, and assisted with the production of a paper for the conference. Her primary interests include transportation and economic development. Carolyn is now employed at the New York City Economic Development Corporation in their infrastructure program. Education: B.S. in History of Technology and Society, minor in International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology.





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