Kathleen O’Shea

As a senior research analyst at ICIC, Kathleen is responsible for synthesizing and analyzing demographic and socioeconomic data to understand key trends impacting inner city, central city and regional firms, economies, and land use. She provides support for a number of research and advisory projects at ICIC.

Prior to ICIC, Kathleen interned at The American City Coalition, a Boston nonprofit working to revitalize distressed urban neighborhoods. Serving as research support for a City-appointed committee reviewing development projects in Lower Roxbury, she created reports and content to educate committee members and facilitate negotiations with city officials, developers, and other stakeholders in the neighborhood.

Kathleen also worked with Boston College’s Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action, where she served as a Teaching Assistant and communication support. In her time there, Kathleen also helped develop the initial proposal for a place-based community engagement initiative at Boston College.

Kathleen holds a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in International Studies from Boston College.

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