Alexus Moore is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Georgia State University where her research centers on Urban Sociology in regards to neighborhoods, the built environment, public space, and spatial inequality. Her current work examines how forms of public private partnerships such as live, work, and play environments potentially increase socio-spatial segregation with cities. Moore holds a B.S in Sociology from Midwestern State University and a M.A in Sociology from Georgia State University. During her grad school tenure, Moore has held several research positions and fellowships at Georgia State University, Emory University, and a local non-profit organization in Atlanta, Georgia. Beyond academia, she is a plant hobbyist, exercise and aerial enthusiast, and an occasional outdoor explorer.