Kate Madison, AICP is a policy analyst at the Center. She has a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning and certificate in GIS from UW-Milwaukee, and Bachelor's Degrees in Anthropology and Geology from the University of Pittsburgh. Kate's work focuses on urban redevelopment and neighborhood revitalization, transit issues and job connectivity, affordable housing, environmental/water issues, and the spatial dynamics of cities and neighborhoods. Kate provides assistance to community partners on market analysis, project feasibility studies, socio-economic assessments, creative placemaking, and GIS and spatial data needs. Kate is a member of the International Economic Development Council, the American Planning Association, and the American Institute of Certified Planners.