Kelsey Wingo is a second-year dual degree student in the Masters of Community and Regional Planning program at the UT School of Architecture and Masters of Public Affairs program at the LBJ School. She currently works as a Grants Coordinator with the Center for Sustainable Development.
Before graduate school, Wingo worked in St. Louis managing the campus sustainability office at Webster University. She also served as an adjunct instructor teaching seminar courses on environmental justice and sustainable design. While managing conservation and efficiency projects, she helped students, staff and faculty better understand their relationship to and impact on the natural environment.
Wingo’s primary research interest is in utility infrastructure and resource management policies and planning strategies, with specific interest in collaborative renewable energy efforts across regional governments.
- Master of Community & Regional Planning at the UT School of Architecture (2022)
- Master of Public Affairs at the LBJ School (2022)
- Bachelor of Journalism in Strategic Communication, University of Missouri, 2015
- Utility Infrastructure Planning & Policy
- Built & Natural Environment Vulnerability Assessments
- Resource Management
- Regional Governance