Amy Martín is a Master’s student in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently a Graduate Student Researcher with the University of California, Berkeley, Terner Center for Housing Innovation, where she is working on projects related to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and the effect of California’s climate change policies on housing production. Before entering graduate school, she worked as a transportation planner with the Sacramento Area Council of Governments, where she focused on active transportation issues and implementing a regional transit smart card fare payment system. She previously worked for the California State Assembly. Martín received a B.S. in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning from the University of California, Davis.