Deputy Director, NYU Coleridge Initiative
Clayton is the Deputy Director of the NYU Coleridge Initiative and a graduate of the CUSP Master’s program.
Prior to earning his CUSP degree, Clayton was a Senior Research Analyst in Geospatial Analytics at McKinsey & Company where he developed a globally applicable method for analyzing road networks and built a reusable model for a southeast Asian government to reduce carbon emissions through improved land planning. In addition to his Master’s of Science in Applied Urban Informatics, Clayton has a dual Master’s and Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography with a focus in economic geography. While at a student at CUSP, Clayton was a Graduate Research Assistant for the Data Facility in addition to working on Quantified Community sensors as part of his capstone project.