Rose Carrillo is a senior at Brown University concentrating in Urban Studies. She is interested in conceptualizing and solving urban equity issues that relate to access to public space and transit. During her semester abroad in Copenhagen, she studied human-centered design and tactical urbanism. At Brown, Rose has contributed to a research project studying intraurban change, residential segregation, and other social phenomena in major cities led by Professor John Logan. Rose’s passion for increasing participation in the democratic process has led her to volunteer with the nonprofit HeadCount in Boston, where she registers voters at the concerts of partnered artists. She has previously interned for the City of Milwaukee’s Office of the Mayor and with play:groundNYC, a New York City based nonprofit promoting adventure play and youth’s right to the city. Originally from Wisconsin, Rose enjoys attending music festivals, trail running, and eating tamales. Rose is conducting field research with 3×3 for the Little Roady Autonomous Shuttle Pilot in Providence, Rhode Island.