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Lori Thompson

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Lori Thompson is the Technology Manager at the Healthy City Project.

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Christine Schweidler

The Advancement Project

Christine Schweidler is the Senior Research Manager at the Healthy City Project, where she oversees project-based qualitative and quantitative research design and analysis. She is currently engaged in several concurrent research projects, including analysis of multicultural health disparities in California, community-based health and hazard assessment in the City of Los Angeles, childhood obesity prevention programming in Los Angeles County, and gun violence, crime and safety in Los Angeles County.

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Healthy City

Young Kim holds a Bachelors degree in Applied Mathematics, emphasis in Computer Science, from University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Kim has been working extensively with spatial and indicator datasets, and geographic information systems (GIS). His GIS web applications utilize wide ranging platforms and technologies that include emerging open source systems as well as established industry solutions. Since 1999, Mr. Kim has been engaged in professional web development, network administration, and project management.