Didier is a Project Associate supporting Hester Street’s  community design work and GIS-related built environment projects. His work includes supporting 2020 Census Complete Count efforts with a focus on producing outreach materials for Black New Yorkers and other hard-to-reach populations. He is interested in using urban design tools and critical thinking to help build equitable futures for Black communities and communities of color.

Didier is a graduate of Brown University’s joint Architecture program with the Rhode Island School of Design. Before Hester Street, he worked with Providence-based architecture firm AD-WO on their contribution to MoMA’s Reconstructions, an exhibition on architecture and blackness in American Cities, and also interned with Sasaki Associates and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.