Suzie specializes in geospatial analysis, transit planning, and commute pattern analysis. She brings expertise on the influence of gender and socioeconomic factors on commuting behavior and accessibility to employment. Her background in urban geography and spatial sociology provides insights into the way space and mobility can be designed to improve the lives of marginalized groups.
Suzie has worked on diverse projects from analyzing and assessing transit systems in Massachusetts, Georgia, and Texas to identifying bicycle crash clustering in Silicon Valley. Her previous experience includes geocoding salt and shale data for Los Alamos National Laboratory and conducting field work on sustainable development in Haiti.