Evelyne St-Louis comes to Strategic Economics with a background in land use planning, transportation, and economic development, with a lens toward social and racial equity. Evelyne brings these spheres together using both analytical tools and policy considerations.
As an Associate at Strategic Economics, Evelyne is currently working on retail market analysis for the City of San Jose, and an affordable housing study for the Great Communities Collaborative. Recently, she contributed to efforts led by the Bay Area’s regional governments to plan for the region’s employment and industrial lands. Prior to joining Strategic Economics, Evelyne worked for the public sector in transportation planning and transportation demand management, as well as for community-based organizations around housing and active transportation issues, in San Francisco and in Montreal. Evelyne’s research has been published in journals like Transportation Research Record and Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy.
Evelyne holds a Master of City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley, where she specialized in land use planning and transportation equity. Prior to her graduate studies, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from McGill University.
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