Andreina Seijas

Andreina Seijas is a Venezuelan researcher and international consultant with more than 15 years of experience in urban development and policy in Latin America, Europe and the United States.

Through her doctoral studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design she specialized in nighttime governance and planning, a novel field of research and practice.

As Associate at Gehl, she is responsible for Urban Activation projects in EMEA and is currently based in Paris, France.

Previously, Andreina worked as a consultant for the Housing and Urban Development Division at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington DC; was Policy Associate at the Council of the Americas in New York City; and Information Manager for the Chacao Municipality in Caracas. Andreina’s international experience with the public and private sectors as well as with academia shapes her pragmatic and collaborative approach to urban planning and design.

Andreina Seijas is a panelist for 24HourNation’s Climate Change After Dark webinar

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