Simone Mangili tile-image

Simone Mangili

Director

Having worked widely in the US, Europe and the Middle East on a broad range of initiatives aimed at securing just and sustainable futures, Simone brings over 20 years of international experience in the local government and non-profit sectors working with cities, stakeholders and communities on climate change and other urban sustainability issues with a strong commitment to embedding social equity in policy development and implementation. In addition to his professional experience Simone has served as traveling faculty in World Learning's Cities in the 21st Century study abroad program, developed World Learning’s Rethinking Food Security program and is an external lecturer at the Polytechnic University of Turin in territorial and environmental planning. Simone holds a Bachelor degree in Community, Regional and Environmental Studies from Bard College and a Master in Regional Planning from Cornell University.