Matt Khinda is a New York City-based urban planner, designer, and strategist working to make cities better for the people who live in them.

He is currently an Associate in the Planning & Urban Technology practice at Sasaki, where his work focuses on how thoughtful technology and good design can make our cities more efficient, equitable, and enjoyable.

Previously, he's also worked with local governments, national non-profits, and private design offices on urban projects of many different kinds. In 2020, he was awarded the Forefront Fellowship for emerging leaders in urban planning and policy by the Urban Design Forum.