Sigal holds a Master of City and Regional Planning degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), with a certificate in GIS, and has a bachelor of science in sustainability and the built environment from the University of Florida. Her interest in transportation planning took shape while studying in the Netherlands for a summer learning about sea-level rise mitigation and active transportation planning. Prior to joining Kittelson, Sigal gained transportation planning experience in Atlanta while working for the area MPO, in San Francisco at a consulting firm, and at Georgia Tech’s Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. In graduate school, Sigal devoted time to the School of City and Regional Planning’s social justice committee. As committee lead, she collaborated with students and faculty to host an equity planning hackathon and social justice-focused workshops and panels. Sigal draws from her analytical skills and passion for people-centered planning to help communities find the best and most sustainable solutions to their unique needs. Sigal is a native Miamian and is fluent in Spanish. When not working, she is most often exploring urban places, watching or listening to a true crime show, or out for a run.