Mariana is the Urban Development Manager at WRI México, responsible for developing strategies for the implementation of public policies and projects in urban planning and regeneration, sustainable-oriented development and public space.
She worked at the Government of Mexico City in the Ministry of Mobility and at the Public Space Authority as Director of Mobility. In addition, she worked at the National Population Council, where she developed research and technical assistance applied to population policy. Simultaneously of her work at WRI Mexico, she is a professor in the Urban Planning career at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Mariana is a geographer from National Autonomous University of Mexico and holds a Master's degree in urban and regional planning from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
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