Ejiro leads analytical and research support for projects at the intersection of resilient infrastructure, community empowerment, and environmental restoration.
She works across various HR&A practice areas, including Inclusive Cities, Climate, and Parks & Open Space. In her recent projects, she focuses on advancing a just transition, conducting inclusive community outreach, fostering cultural equity in placemaking and policy, ensuring public safety through community investments, and supporting small businesses in emerging, green industries.
Prior to HR&A, she supported projects that focused on identifying populations that are the most susceptible to climate change and proposed solutions that uplift the needs and agencies of these groups. Previously, as a Research Assistant at Penn’s Institute of Urban Research, she proposed a green port system for the Galapagos Islands. She received a Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences from the same university.