Shiloh Deitz is a post-doctoral associate with the Bloustein School. She received her PhD in Geography from the University of Oregon in 2021 where her work focused on equitable infrastructure, data ethics, and geo-AI. Prior to her appointment, she worked as Community Data Coordinator for the Spokane Public Library. At the Library her work centered on building open data infrastructure, community education, and data ethics/governance at the municipal level. Shiloh’s primary research interests include infrastructural geography and inequality in the United States, housing and homelessness, and the methodologies and implication of big data and AI for society. She is currently working with Drs. Kathe Newman, Eric Seymour, and Will Payne on the state of affordable housing in New Jersey.