Aidan Carroll is passionate about affordable housing, climate action, decolonization, disability rights, ecological rewilding, geography, history, and horizontally organizing with consensus-based voting (among other things). He is thus very glad to have found CEP with its look at how we can create the city of the future and focus on how the people in that community will interact and live. He works at the Urban Native Education Alliance. In his free time (ha) he can be found bicycling, reading, singing, thinking about mental health, and agitating for social justice, though usually not all at the same time. This is Aidan’s fourth year at UW. He grew up in Wallingford, Seattle, and he continues to roll downhill to class each day, assuming the brakes work.