is a Master of City Planning candidate in the Department of City and Regional Planning. Dori is passionate about housing policy, streamlining governmental functions, supporting small businesses, tenant advocacy, and promoting racial and socioeconomic equity in our urban spaces. Before Berkeley, Dori was Planner II for the San Francisco Planning Department. She was the departmental point person for ADUs in single-family homes and worked on housing projects ranging from dwelling unit legalizations to the permitting of 8,000 new residential units on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island. Dori has 3.5 years of experience working in, and interning for, Planning Departments across Northern California. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban and Regional Studies with Business minor from Cornell University.