Rana Amirtahmasebi is an urban planner experienced in policy analysis and implementation of urban community and local economic development programs. She specializes in urban land governance, revitalization of historic neighborhoods, urban regeneration, and settlement upgrading. Rana is boundlessly curious about human settlements and aspires to design systems, policies, and products to improve and adjust their conditions. She is from Iran and is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Follow her on twitter @amirtahmasebi.
- Mother nature and South Asian cities
- Livability is an economic imperative for cities
- Can cities be publicly traded?
- For Cities: To Be [DENSE] or Not to Be [DENSE], That Is [NOT] the Question
- Learning from Dublin: Urban Cultural Heritage as Differentiator
- From Oklahoma City to Kabul
- The North American Urban Agriculture Experience