Beryl OrangaPhD Candidate In Public And Urban Policy The New School Kenya
Beryl Oranga is doctoral student in Public and Urban Policy at The New School in New York, and is currently contributing research to the Global Urban Futures Project. Prior to joining The New School, Beryl was a Research Fellow at Habitat for Humanity International in Washington D.C., where she contributed to the Housing Policy Paper for the Habitat 3 conference. She has also conducted research on affordable housing in Kibera slums, Kenya, and on measuring equity in Transit-oriented Development projects. Beryl was born and raised in Kenya and has a Masters in Sustainable Development from SIT Graduate Institute in Washington D.C. and a Masters in Project Planning and Management from the University of Nairobi. Her research interests focus on social equality with an emphasis on adequate and affordable housing policies.