Sarah Zou recent Master in Urban Planning graduate from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She is interested in development of infrastructures including transportation, energy, and water services. Prior to Harvard, she was commercial real estate consultant in San Francisco. This past summer, she worked with the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office in affordable housing policy. Sarah holds a BS in Business Administration and a BS in Environmental Economics and Policy from the University of California – Berkeley.
Asad Jan is a recent Master in Urban Planning graduate from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He is interested in infrastructure development in the Global South – in particular urban and regional transportation – through physical planning and the development of institutions of governance. Prior to Harvard, he was a project manager for a planning and development agency of the provincial government in Punjab, Pakistan. Asad holds a BA in Classics and Architectural Studies from Brown University.
Stefano Trevisan is a recent graduate from the Master in Urban Planning program at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He is focusing on infrastructure development and transportation planning. Prior to Harvard, Stefano worked for various levels of city and state government in New York in both policy and local politics. He holds a BA in Political Science and International Affairs from George Washington University.
Henna Mahmood is a research assistant with Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative. Prior to Harvard, Henna worked as an experience designer at the African Leadership University, a consultant for IDinsight, and a senior associate for the Results for Development Institute. She holds a BA in History from Columbia University.