Ms. Negin Askarzadeh

Photo of faculty member Negin Askarzadeh in professional attire
Faculty Member, Sustainable Urban Planning Program
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Areas of Expertise

  • Transportation Planning
  • Geospatial Analysis
  • Geospatial Design
  • Data Analysis

Negin Askarzadeh is a member of the faculty in George Washington University’s Sustainable Urban Planning Department where she co-teaches the Research Methods and  Resilient Low-Carbon Cities. Negin also works as a Transportation Planner at Fairfax County Department of Transportation. As a team member of the Capital Projects Section, she is responsible for coordinating and managing multi-modal transportation projects. She also helps the department with GIS map production, web-based map updates, and database management.

She is a George Washington University alumna and holds a master’s degree in Sustainable Urban Planning. In her past work experience, Negin works for District Department of Transportation as a Curbside Management Analyst and GIS Analyst.

She held a position as an adjunct faculty teaching GIS to graduate students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and is LEED certified.


  • M.P.S., George Washington University, Sustainable Urban Planning
  • B.E., Azad University of Mashhad, Iran
  • LEED Green Associate


Classes Taught

  • Co-teaches PSUS 6203 – Research Methods
  • Co-teaches PSUS 6220 – Resilient Low-Carbon Cities