Alexandra Miller, AICP

Adjunct Lecturer - Sustainable Real Estate Development
Master in Urban Planning, Harvard University; Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Northwestern University
Courses:

SRED 6240 - Applied Urban Economics

Alexandra Miller is a managing principal at Asakura Robinson Company where she specializes in planning for inclusive, equitable economic development and community revitalization. Her work focuses on economic and social empowerment of communities that helps residents shape their own urban environments. Her areas of expertise include economic development planning, community development finance, physical and economic resilience, and public engagement.

Alex is dedicated to leveraging bottom-up community development strategies with connections to regional resources in order to create real community-driven improvements in local opportunities and quality of life. She also prioritizes in-depth community engagement in every project, and is a co-founder of Social Agency Lab, a collaborative of urban planners and anthropologists who engage communities in creative projects and urban interventions.

Alexandra Miller, AICP

Adjunct Lecturer - Sustainable Real Estate Development
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