Thaddeus Pawlowski

Thaddeus Pawlowski is an urban designer and the Director of the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes at Columbia University. He has a masters in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and was a 2015 Loeb Fellow at Harvard. In partnership with 100 Resilient Cities and the Rockefeller Foundation, he developed the Resilience Accelerator, which brings together local leaders and global experts to drive the implementation of resilient projects around the world. He has worked in disaster planning at New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, long term adaptation strategies at NYC Planning and helped the city to recover from Hurricane Sandy.