Trevor Johnson MUP '14
Trevor Johnson serves as Resiliency Planner with the New York City Department of City Planning, where he works on the agency’s Resilient Neighborhoods Initiative and other projects related to the city’s post-Sandy recovery. Prior to joining DCP, he worked for three years in the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Boston office, supporting the reuse of existing buildings and revitalization of historic neighborhoods throughout the northeast region.
Trevor received a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Bard College and a master’s degree in historical archaeology from the University of Massachusetts – Boston. He graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2014 with a master in urban planning. He was born and raised in southeastern Pennsylvania.