33°N shares research about the metro Atlanta Region and is managed by the Research and Analytics Division of the Atlanta Regional Commission.
Senior Planner, Research & Analytics
Erik Woodworth is a Senior Planner in the Research & Analytics Group at the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) and Data Scientist for Neighborhood Nexus. Erik focuses on the acquistion, management, analysis, mapping, and visualization of data pertaining to demographics, employment, education, health, crime, and other socio-economic factors. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, a Master of Arts in Geography from the University of Durham in the UK, and a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Senior Principal Planner, Research & Analytics
Mike Carnathan is a researcher with the Atlanta Regional Commission and is one of the founders of Neighborhood Nexus, a community intelligence system for the Atlanta region. Neighborhood Nexus provides data, tools and expertise as a catalyst to create opportunity for everyone in the region. The goal is to foster a data-driven, decision-making culture in the Atlanta region and beyond. Carnathan’s background includes work as a public relations professional and as a journalist. He graduated from the University of Georgia, where he also holds a master’s degree in public administration.
Christina De Giulio
Principal Planner, Research & Analytics
Christina De Giulio is a Principal Planner in Research & Analytics with the Atlanta Regional Commission. Christina focuses on data analysis and visualization to make ARC’s data more accessible to individuals, organizations, and decision-makers in metro Atlanta. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Wayne State University, and dual Master’s degrees in City and Regional Planning and Public Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology.