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In 2015, he received the University’s Zawisa Grant to photograph the American South, with a focus on regional identity in Louisiana and East Texas.
She enjoys spending time adventuring in the mountains, lakes, and rivers that surround her hometown of Bend, Oregon. A 2016 graduate of Wesleyan University with a double major in Studio Art and Psychology, Casey was deeply involved with Wesleyan’s Center for the Arts, serving as a photography lab assistant and a wood-shop monitor, in addition to working as a teaching assistant for several studio art classes.
His collaboration with these organizations is focused on helping them communicate in the most dynamic and effective way possible. in Economics; Political Science, Macaulay Honors College, Hunter College, 2017 Nominating Institution: Hunter College Field of Professional Interest: Economic Development and Infrastructure Matthew Lo Castro recently graduated from the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College with a B. He interned at the New York City Economic Development Corporation, focusing on innovative business development in Downtown Brooklyn, and worked with the New York State Regional Economic Development Council on business grant and tax credit distribution. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute, Matthew contributed to the 2017 International Energy Security Risk Index Report and researched energy infrastructure development costs and legal proceedings.
Increasingly focused on his painting, Casey is currently undertaking his next major body of work. The internships and a course he took with General David Petraeus inspired him to take a closer look at the critical role of infrastructure in security and economic development. His work at Kohlberg, Kravis and Roberts (KKR)’s Global Institute led him to pursue independent insights into emergency response infrastructure and sustainability, landing him on the island of Lesbos, Greece in the summer of 2017, volunteering in refugee camps.
While pursuing a disciplined practice in his Houston studio, Casey also works as ttweak’s lead 3D designer and as a photographer, graphic designer and video editor. At Hunter, he co-founded a chapter of the national civics education non-profit, Generation Citizen, and served in the Undergraduate Student Government for three years.
His career at ttweak, which began after two years of internships with the firm, provides him with an opportunity to work with some of the city’s most prominent institutions: the Houston Endowment, the Texas Medical Center, the Lawndale Art Center and the Houston Parks Board, among others. As President of the Student Government in his senior year, he launched Hunter’s first anti-sexual assault campaign, and passed budgetary reforms resulting in universal access to menstrual care products, expansion of the reduced cost Metro Card program, and creation of a civic action fund.
In her final semester at UNC, she is teaching a course on emotional science and behavioral economics. Prior to joining Patomak, Robert was an associate at Promontory Financial Group, an IBM Company, where he worked on engagements related to stress testing, equity derivatives markets, mortgage servicing, and consumer complaint management. S., providing water quality analysis, treatment recommendations, and hydraulic modeling for municipal and industrial clients. She completed a masters thesis focused on the potential for repurposing an abandoned dam site in Central Oregon, proposing an integrated approach to balance the ecological impacts of water use in the high desert with the necessity of that water for personal livelihoods and economic development.