Siennah is a recent Vassar graduate with a B.A. in Geography. She works at Susan G. Blickstein, LLC, an urban planning firm based in New Paltz. In 2015, Siennah started a mid-Hudson branch for Rescuing Leftover Cuisine (RLC), a non-profit that rescues and donates surplus food. As RLC’s Branch Development Manager, she also guide sthe operations of 16+ other branches. While at Vassar, Siennah nterned at Dutchess County Transportation Council and Hudson River Housing, and also assisted Professor Kafui Attoh from CUNY to analyze and provide recommendations for Dutchess County’s public transit. As a member of Vassar Road Baptist Church, she plays the piano during services and coordinates their community service ministries. Siennah has a passion for community-driven urban planning practices that create, maintain, and reimagine equitable and sustainable urban spaces for all to thrive.