Margaux joined U3 Advisors in December, 2014 as an Analyst. She is currently an Associate working on projects for Manhattan College, Cornell University, Columbia University, Rutgers University, and the Brooklyn Public Library. Previously, Margaux has worked on a variety of engagements with clients such as the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York Law School, Montgomery College, Princeton University and the University of Pretoria. Margaux brings a design-oriented skill set and a background in urban planning. She leads the New York office's geospatial analysis and mapping work.
Before joining U3 Advisors, Margaux interned at Transportation Resource Associates (TRA) in Philadelphia where she helped advise clients in the public transit sector. Margaux has also interned at the NYC Department of City Planning and served as a research assistant at Wharton’s Lauder Institute.
Margaux holds a BA in Urban Studies from Barnard College and a Masters of City and Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania. For her senior studio of graduate school, Margaux worked with the Regional Plan Association and a team of students to investigate the potential for passenger rail service on currently underutilized freight corridors in Brooklyn and Queens. In the months prior to joining U3 Advisors, Margaux bicycled 4,000 miles from Maine to California to raise money and awareness for affordable housing organizations.