Gorka is an Urban Development Coordinator at WRI México. His focus areas include the analysis of the urban development model in Mexico, the types of housing that contribute to urban growth, the public policies that govern the urban development model, and the costs of the urbanization model. He also collaborates on the development of proposals for the public space.
Gorka was previously an architect working on several collective housing, urban equipment and public space projects. He also worked in the Land Registry and Territorial Register of the Ministry of Finance of Mexico City, designing statistical models of urban land valuation, and conducting analysis on urban housing markets. A passionate educator, he teaches Urbanism and Urban Design courses at the Universidad Anáhuac México.
Gorka holds an Architecture degree from the Higher Technical School of Architecture at the University of Seville, Spain, and holds a Master's degree in Urban Studies from the College of Mexico, Mexico.