- Faculty Associate, KNX, Sustainable Cities Network
- PhD Candidate, Design, Environment and the Arts, The Design School, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Kristen is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Arizona State University, committed to researching the interrelationship between public perception of greywater reuse, through a more complete greywater reuse policy to implement in residential developments. The research direction is the public perception of greywater reuse policy in residential/public buildings, such as the incentives of policies and regulations and local community education. Kristen’s professional interests and technical expertise include industrial/product design, poster design, prototyping, model making, color theory, academic theoretical research methods, data analysis, knowledge of greywater reuse, greywater reuse policy, and writing academic reports.
Kristen attended the University of the Arts, where she received her Master of Product Design degree and had an internship in a Chinese design company. She is currently studying at Arizona State University and is a Ph.D. Candidate. She has served as a Landscape Architecture Faculty Associate and taught the course in EDS 200 Design Literacy & Communication in Spring 2022. Kristen has served as an Academic Associate for the ECO PHX research project, responsible for data analysis, materials review, and writing the final report.