Anna Zetkulic is a senior associate with the RMI Urban Transformation Program. Her project portfolio includes land use reform to promote housing as equitable climate action, integrated mobility and urban planning policies and investments, and sustainable urban cooling strategies. Anna also supports Urban Transformation’s growing work in India and other non-US geographies. As part of the Climate-Aligned Urbanism Initiative at RMI, she works with several housing and multimodal transportation advocacy groups and government offices, and she develops tools, convenings, and knowledge products around city and state strategies to reduce vehicles miles traveled. She also supports the program strategy and business development of a pending multiyear initiative focused on sustainable urban growth tactics in the Global South.
Anna joined RMI from C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, where she supported a network of city planners from over 30 global cities. As part of C40’s Deadline2020 Initiative, she provided land use planning insight and best practices to over 90 cities for their climate action plans and wrote briefings on cases linking sustainable urban development with transportation planning for more ambitious climate mitigation and adaptation policies and outcomes. She has also worked on both the operations and research sides of the University of Hong Kong and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
M.Sc., Sustainable Urbanism, University College London
B.A., Political Science and Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University
New York, NY