Corey Zehngebot works as a Senior Urban Designer and Architect for the Boston Redevelopment Authority at the City of Boston. There she is responsible for leading, managing and participating in the formulation of urban design planning initiatives and design guidelines. Prior to working for the City, she was the project manager and lead designer for Boston's Complete Street Guidelines while working at Utile Architecture and Planning. She received a B.A. with distinction from Yale University, and a M.Arch. from Harvard Graduate School of Design. She lives in an 1867 rowhouse in Charlestown, is an active user and host of Airbnb, and loves commuting to work by ferry from the Navy Yard.