is the Web Editor at Lapham's Quarterly. Her writing on cities and spaces has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The Paris Review Daily, and on the Awl, which will soon be home to her monthly column exploring New York's potential landmarks.
researches and writes about concentrated economic power. She is especially interested in the connection between market structures and democracy and the evolution of antirust law. Her writing has appeared in the American Prospect, New Republic, Quartz, Washington Monthly, and the Washington Post, among other publications. She is a fellow with the Open Markets Program at New America and a student at Yale Law School. She previously served as policy director for Zephyr Teachout's 2014 gubernatorial campaign in New York and as a policy analyst at New America.
currently serves as the Assistant Vice President for Resiliency within the Development department at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). He facilitates for NYCEDC the study and implementation of large-scale coastal infrastructure, planning and development projects. Current key projects include testing the feasibility of tidal barriers and wetlands to mitigate flooding from Coney Island Creek into southern Brooklyn, and also programming coastal flood mitigation interventions for Lower Manhattan. Hutchinson is a native of Brooklyn, New York.
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