Alumna’s startup featured in NYT

A community-driven non-profit organization co-founded by Northeastern alumna Ashley Treni, who graduated with an MFA in Information Design and Visualization, was recently featured in The New York Times.

Ashley, along with Dan Kass and Georges Clement, founded JustFix.nyc as “another tactic to the fight for housing justice by partnering with grassroots organizations to create better support for systems for New York City’s excluded communities.” It uses data driven tools to support tenants and organizers fighting displacement in New York City.

Congratulations, Ashley and team, and thank you for doing such meaningful, relevant work. Read more about what JustFix.nyc does in The New York Times article.