Jessica is an Urban Mobility Project Analyst at WRI México. She currently provides support for the Future Cities Program, and works with the Active Mobility Management and Coordination in road safety.
Previously, she worked as a sustainable urban mobility consultant for projects such as the study of best mobility practices in Mexico in coordination with the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and with the implementation of the Mazatlan public bicycle system. She was the General Director of the Civil Association BCSicletos Colectivo de Ciclismo Urbano, which focuses on encouraging active mobility and improving road safety in the city of La Paz, BCS. In addition, she was a research assistant at the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE), within the Emerging and Sustainable Cities project of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). For more than 2 years she was a consultant at the Institute of Transportation and Development Policies (ITDP) on Transportation Oriented Development, Active Mobility and Public Policy.
Jessica has a degree in Socioterritorial Studies with a specialty in Territory and Environment from the Autonomous Metropolitan University, Cuajimalpa.
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