Over the past few years, Texans have come to understand the need for resilience in the face of a changing climate.
Anna Zetkulic is a Senior Associate with RMI’s Urban Transformation program, which works to put cities on a path to meet ambitious equity and climate action goals. Her projects center on integrated and sustainable urban planning, mobility, and nature-based solutions.
Anna joins RMI from C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, supporting a network of city planners from over 30 global cities. She has extensive experience developing knowledge products, workshop sessions, and direct city-to-city exchanges on topics related to mitigating urban emissions and fostering resilient, inclusive neighborhoods through land use policies. She has also worked on both the operations and research sides of universities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Hong Kong.
B.A., Political Science, Anthropology, and International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Advanced Study Fellow, School of Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York, NY