Need a freelancer? Hire me!

Hi! Jordan Cosby, author and creator of Urban Rights Blog, here…

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Is your organization in need of an experienced project manager, writer, and researcher who specializes in urban planning and sustainability planning? If so, then look no further!

I am excited to announce that I am currently accepting part-time freelance opportunities, whether for short-term projects or on-going work.

My work expands sustainability planning and strategic planning pertaining to housing and economic development, migration and climate change, water management, urbanization, sustainable energy, and enhancing public participation in the planning process/civic engagement. My skill-set includes data analysis and research, map-making using ArcGIS, and technical and non-technical writing, such as policy briefs, manuals, and other useful resources for policy makers and the general public. I have worked with several organizations, including academic institutions, local city planning agencies, international and multilateral organizations, civil society, and think tanks based in California, New York, Mexico, and Colombia.

If you would like to learn more about my professional background and experience and to see if my skill-set meets your organization’s needs, please fill out the contact form below and I will be happy to get back to you!

I am a central California native based out of Brooklyn, New York. When I’m not writing for URB or working on other amazing projects, you can find me frequenting local book stores and coffee shops in my neighborhood or trying out new culinary creations. No pets yet, but that might change in the near future…

Lastly, I am available to work in-house and/or remotely depending upon your office’s location and freelance needs. Look forward to working with you!

All best,


Please complete the form below and I will get back to you ASAP. If your freelance opportunity is already posted online, please include a link to the post in the form below.

I look forward to what we can accomplish together!