URBAN DESIGN STUDIO II: The Regional Studio Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

URBAN DESIGN STUDIO II: The Regional Studio
Jerome Chou

Jerome is the Director of Programs for the Flint Public Art Project. Previously, he was the Director of Programs at the Design Trust for Public Space, where he led projects to document and advocate for fashion design and manufacturing in Manhattan’s Garment District and for urban agriculture throughout New York City.

Jerome has also worked at the landscape architecture and urban design firm Field Operations as the project manager for Freshkills Park; as a community planner for the Baltimore City Department of Planning; a community organizer for Brooklyn ACORN and the Working Families Party; and an assistant editor at the non-profit book publisher The New Press. He holds Masters degrees in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning from the Harvard Design School.

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