Enterprise Community Partners

Animated Infographics
Enterprise is a nonprofit that provides access to affordable housing. My team at Fathom worked with researchers to build a set of tools that explore some of the data they had collected on opportunity within different census tracts around the country. The visualizations examine different facets of opportunity at the neighborhood level, and explore how varied strengths and weaknesses are linked to larger city and state-wide issues of housing affordability.

Social media animation: place matters.

I developed a visual language to illustrate the various neighborhood data points being measured, such as housing affordability, environmental quality, and access to transportation.


Enterprise was able to measure granular, neighborhood-level data on the different advantages and struggles different parts of the country faced. I designed this prototype for a data visualization where you could search by location to explore the different metrics of communities across the country.

I developed a series of social media graphics detailing how different metrics such as housing affordability are defined.

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Rachel currently works at the Harvard Kennedy School, and worked previously as a designer at Fathom. She loves making things, particularly at the intersection of motion graphics, branding, and information design.  

Rachel holds a MFA from RISD in graphic design, and has taught classes and served as a visiting lecturer / guest critic at design programs around New England.

The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Amazon, General Electric, the Yale School of Drama, iHeartRadio, The Village Voice, Chicago Magazine, St. Louis Magazine, and the Girl Scouts.