Planning and Public Policy Experience 

  • Transportation Planning
  • Real Estate Development
  • Community Development
  • Community Organizing
  • Market Research
  • Vision Zero Crash Analysis

Design Skills

  • WordPress
  • Google Sketchup
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Mac iMovie
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Certificates

  • Risk Management, USDOT FHWA National Highway Institute 
  • NEPA, USDOT FHWA National Highway Institute 
  • Digital Analytics Fundamentals Certificate, Google Analytics Academy
  • Urban Planning Certificate, Rutgers University
  • Community Development Certificate, Rutgers University

City and Regional Planner

Winstina Hughes is a professional skilled in research, writing, data analysis, and web development educated in the fields of planning and public policy.  Winstina works in transportation planning and project planning.

Education

Master of City and Regional Planning – Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

Bachelors of Arts in Planning and Public Policy – Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.

Work Experience 

Assistant Regional Planner at MDOT – 2018 to Present 

Analyst at Johns Hopkins University, GovEx – 2017

Community Development Intern at City of Hoboken, New Jersey – 2017

College Aide at NYC DOT Research, Implementation & Safety Unit – 2016

Market Research Intern at NJ TRANSIT – 2013

Organizing Fellow at Obama for America – 2012 

Community Development Writer at The New York Times – 2010

Community Development Intern at Township of Maplewood, New Jersey –  2004

Research Assistant for Stuart Shapiro, Ph. D. Associate Professor and Director, at Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy – 2004

Honors/Awards

Finalist in Sustainable New Jersey 2017 Coding for Community: A civic tech competition to solve local government issues.