Krystin is a City Planner whose work is motivated by her desire for the equitable, responsible, and sustainable development of cities. She has worked with and for the public, private, and non-profit sectors on projects that have brought free energy efficient retrofits to 200,000 low-income households in Southern California, jobs and professional development opportunities to over 100 youth in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, and improved transit to some of Queens' and Brooklyn's most transit-isolated area.

Prior to joining Citymart, Krystin worked for New York City’s Economic Development Corporation, New York Department of Transportation, Friends of the High Line and the Pratt Centre for Community Development.
Krystin is a strong advocate for thinking beyond the status-quo. She is experienced in working through complex projects and identifying project strengths as well as opportunities for pivoting and realigning processes in a way that opens doors for continued and meaningful innovation and achievement. She brings a sense of awareness of and commitment to her teams and projects that allows her to build collaborative, trusting, and successful relationships.

Krystin received her B.A. in Urban Studies form UC Berkeley (where she attended every home football and basketball game) and her M.S. in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute.