Tina M. Park is the Methods for Inclusion Research Fellow, developing evidence-based methodologies for incorporating a more diverse range of stakeholders in the design and development of artificial intelligence.

Prior to joining PAI, Tina has led efforts to cultivate supportive intellectual spaces for scholars of color at Brown University and nationwide. Her scholarship has focused on the examination of research designs and theoretical frameworks used by sociologists to study race and racism. She also helped lead an interdisciplinary, mixed methods pilot project on the educational experiences of undocumented medical and law students in the United States. She has presented at top international conferences in her field such as the American Sociological Association, the Social Science History Association, the Population Association of America, and the Society for the Study of Social Problems, the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Prior to her Ph.D., she was a researcher with NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy looking at the impact of the Great Recession on housing market prices. She also worked as an economic development consultant with AECOM (formerly Economics Research Associates) and Entertainment + Culture Advisors to help private and public sector partners develop sustainable real estate development projects around the world.

Tina received a Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University, a Master’s in Urban Planning from New York University, and a B.A. in Political Science (with minors in Chicana/o Studies and Public Policy) from the University of California, Los Angeles. She was also a Public Affairs Fellow with the Southern California Coro Foundation.