Kei Hayashi
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Kei is the Policy Fellow for Making Midtown.

Andrew Bernheimer, architect
Colin Cathcart, architect
Rob Lane, urban planner

Kei Hayashi is an economic development consultant and founding principal at BJH Advisors LLC, a firm that provides analysis and strategies for using economic development finance tools at the local, state, and federal levels. Prior to founding BJH, she spent 13 years as a Senior Vice President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) implementing financial tools to assist industrial and not-for-profit development in New York City, as well as to stimulate large-scale, public-private partnerships with job growth potential.

Ms. Hayashi holds an MPA from Princeton and a BA from Wesleya. She currently teaches a graduate planning course at NYU's Wagner School.

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