August 2019 | What makes a city tick? And big moves at KStrat!

Updated: Jan 21, 2020

An Interview with Ali Sutherland-Brown, Karp Strategies' Newest Director

We’re thrilled to share Ali Sutherland-Brown's promotion to Director. Since joining in 2015 as Karp Strategies’ very first hire, Ali has consistently delivered top-flight project management, client service, and outstanding project work - including stakeholder engagement, strategic planning, and community development initiatives across sectors, and leadership in business development and marketing.

We recently sat down with Ali for a Q&A to reflect on her journey at Karp Strategies, and discuss what’s to come in this exciting next step:


“As I’ve grown with the firm, and now taking on the role of Director, I spend a lot more time thinking about project processes in addition to focusing on content and outcomes. Creating great processes for managing projects and team workflows on day-to-day level leads to better results for everyone, and it’s something that’s surprised and delighted me.” - Ali

Read our full Q&A with Ali.


Meet our Community Development Intern, Keturah Williams

We are delighted to share that Keturah Williams has joined the Karp Strategies team as our summer Community Development Intern. A Red Hook native and recent graduate of Albany University, Keturah is supporting Karp Strategies’ research projects and outreach strategies for projects like the BQX, bringing her skills in economics, writing, and community-building to our team and clients. Welcome, Keturah!





Across our work, our team is always driving towards stronger cities, economies, and communities. Take a look at some of our recent projects, where we’ve brought strategic planning, operations analysis, and public policy analysis to bear for clients across the region.


Strategic Stakeholder Engagement For The Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey’s 30-Year Master Plan Supporting our project lead Hatch, Karp Strategies managed multi-stakeholder outreach with economic, jurisdictional, and political implications that will change the course for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s assets as the agency looks to the future.

We are delighted to share the release of the