Aram is a policy planner specializing in the areas of housing and land use. He develops ambitious yet actionable solutions to urban issues by leveraging market-based tools that align private interests with the public good. He has employed this strategy while working on long-range planning efforts in cities across the United States, including comprehensive plans, area plans, and TOD action plans. His past research has also been featured in the UC Berkeley Urban Displacement Project, where he helped analyze the extent of gentrification and displacement across both Northern California and the New York Metro Region.
Master of Science in Urbanization and Development - London School of Economics and Political Science.
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations -
University of California, Davis.
Berlin, Amsterdam, and Los Angeles
Playing and watching basketball. Playing piano. Following national and international affairs.