Kemet Azubuike is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Possibility Lab at the Goldman School of Public Policy. His research pursuits primarily encompass the convergence of urban existence and societal inequalities, with a broad focus on environmental and economic disparities. Presently, his research examines efforts aimed at achieving social equity within urban sustainability initiatives, as well as comprehending the societal ramifications of robotization and artificial intelligence on labor markets. Given his sociological background, Kemet advocates for the application of sociology beyond academic confines, emphasizing the importance of engaging with non-academic audiences.
During his leisure time, Kemet derives pleasure from exploring local farmer markets and participating in music festivals across the country, all the while cultivating his nurturing abilities as a responsible plant caretaker.