Paul Goddin is a Washington D.C.-based freelance writer originating from Poquoson, Virginia. His stories for Arlington County’s Mobility Lab think tank centered on public policy, land use, and transportation, informed from his background in Urban Planning. More recently, Paul has been writing about areas of personal interest over at Medium; namely, culture and consumer technology.
Paul has been consulting for several years, working for a variety of clients including the aforementioned Mobility Lab, Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, and in the legal industry.
Paul has a B.S. in City Planning from the University of Virginia, and additional graduate work in George Mason University School of Law. His prior employers include the Charlottesville Planning Department, TRW Inc., Stanley and Associates, NYMA, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, and Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz. Paul recently moved from Washington D.C.’s Dupont Circle neighborhood to suburban Maryland.
PaulGoddin.com collects and reprints Paul’s stories, most of which originally appeared on Mobility Lab. He’s been a regular contributor to Greater Greater Washington and DCInno and has been reprinted in numerous notable publications such as the Washington Post. A complete list of these credits can be found on the Media Mentions page.
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