Marisa Garcia Lozano
Analyst (Consultant) with the Social, Urban, Resilience and Rural Global Practice
Marisa Garcia Lozano is an Analyst (Consultant) with the Social, Urban, Resilience and Rural Global Practice at the World Bank. She provides analytical and operational support to projects on slum upgrading, resilient housing, urban renewal and local economic development, focusing on Central America, Argentina, Peru and Indonesia. Before joining the Bank, Marisa conducted research at the Environmental Law Institute on displaced populations by hurricane Katrina and superstorm Sandy, as well as on benefit-sharing natural resources trust funds. Between 2011 and 2013, she worked at the Organization of American States on a Caribbean cultural heritage project. She has also performed consulting work for Nathan Associates Inc. and RTI International. Marisa holds a Master’s degree in International Development Studies from The George Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Tecnológico de Monterrey.
- Construir viviendas más asequibles y resilientes en América Latina y el Caribe
- Building more affordable and disaster-resilient housing in Latin America and the Caribbean: a few policy ideas
- Transformando el núcleo de la prosperidad económica y social de Argentina, sus ciudades
- Transforming the heart of Argentina´s economic and social prosperity, its cities
- The “human scale” in public urban areas