Felipe Gorostiza

Felipe Gorostiza: B.A. (Spanish and History) NYU, M.A. (Hispanic Studies) Brown University, Ph.D. (City and Regional Planning) University of Pennsylvania. Gorostiza has extensive experience in the fields of City Planning and Urban Redevelopment. He has worked as the Executive Director for the Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs which is run by Rutgers University in Camden. He has also been a Community Builder Fellow for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the New York and New Jersey region. In Philadelphia, Gorostiza worked as a Senior Associate for Urban Partners which is a consulting firm which specializes in community and economic development, strategic planning and public policy.

Courses: URBS 203 (Introduction to City Planning), URBS 450 (Urban Redevelopment)