400 Years of Inequality Team

Molly Rose Kaufman

MOLLY ROSE KAUFMAN (Co-Exec Director), is a Co-Founder of the University of Orange. She began her work in restoration urbanism at the Cities Research Group in the 1990s. Prior to the launch of UofO, she worked as a journalist and youth media producer. She loves exploring Orange with locals and visitors alike and frequently can …

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Aubrey Murdock

AUBREY MURDOCK (Co-exec Director) is an artist, urbanist and educator based in Orange, New Jersey. Her interdisciplinary practice utilizes drawing, painting, video, sound, installation, curricula, and social practice. Murdock scrutinizes the phrase “there is nothing there” and the role this myth plays in structures of inequity. Her current work centers her home state of Wyoming …

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Mindy Thompson Fullilove

MINDY THOMPSON FULLILOVE, MD, University of Orange Board President, is a social psychiatrist and professor of urban policy and health at The New School. Prior to joining the New School in 2016, she worked for 26 years as a research psychiatrist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and was a professor of clinical psychiatry …

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Dominic Moulden

DOMINIC MOULDEN The UofO is proud to announce Dominic Moulden as our inaugural Ernest Thompson Fellow for Program and Coalition.  Dominic T. Moulden is a longtime resource organizer at Organizing Neighborhood Equity (ONE DC), a collectively-led organization that builds people power and economic and racial equity in Washington, DC. He is a frequent lecturer at …

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Robert Sember

Robert teaches Interdisciplinary Arts at Eugene Lang College and is on the faculty of the Lang College Prison Education Initiative.  He is also an associate at C4 Innovations where he supports recovery-oriented and community and peer-based programs focused on mental health and substance use.  Robert is a member of the international sound-art collective, Ultra-red, which …

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Aditi Nair

Aditi Nair, a designer at University of Orange and senior specialist, community practice and strategy at Habitat International, is an urban planner and architect with more than six years of experience focusing on stakeholder collaboration in the planning and development of sustainable housing solutions that reflect asset-based community development and centers social justice. Aditi advocates …

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Jacqueline Castañeda

Jacqueline Castañeda is a researcher and urban strategist specializing in urban design, infrastructures and public policy. She has an academic background in architecture and a master’s degree in Design and Urban Ecologies at Parsons School of Design, The New School. She worked as a strategist and designer for different institutions of the Mexican government, in …

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Angel Acosta

Angel Acosta works to bridge the fields of leadership, social justice & mindfulness. He completed his Ed.D. in the Curriculum and Teaching Department at Teachers College, Columbia University. His research explored healing-centered education as a promising framework for educational leadership development and community care. As a member of the 400 Years of Inequality Project, he designed the Contemplating 400 …

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Stephanie Leone

Stephanie Leone is an artist, designer, and writer. She’s been a member of the 400 Years of Inequality organizing committee since 2017, for which she co-led A Call Answered: Observing History—Reclaiming the Future,an immersive web experience. She’s an MFA student in Fiction at Brooklyn College, and a recipient of the college’s Rona Jaffe Foundation Fellowship. 

Tim Nottage

Tim Nottage (he/him) is an artist, designer, researcher, and urban strategist with a focus on cultural work, environmental justice and ecology, public space, and the power of story to shape our world. He is a certified permaculture designer and master composter, and holds degrees from Parsons/The New School and University of California, San Diego.

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