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Core Staff

Skye Duncan

Skye Duncan joined NACTO in 2014 to serve as the Director of the Global Designing Cities Initiative, a multi-year program that will develop a Global Street Design Guide and work with cities on street and public space design around the world.

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Brianna Williams

Brianna Williams joined NACTO in 2019 as an Associate Director of Operations for the Global Designing Cities Initiative, a multi-year program that works with cities around the world to promote safe, equitable and sustainable public space and street design. She primarily supports the strategic growth and development of the program, including assisting with financial management and streamlining office operations and program management.

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Fabrizio Prati

Fabrizio joined NACTO in 2015 and is the Associate Director of Design for the Global Designing Cities Initiative. He leads the Latin America projects and activities under the Bloomberg’s Initiative for Global Road Saftey (BIGRS) program.

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Paul Supawanich

Paul Supawanich is the Associate Director of Programs, helping oversee the organization’s efforts to promote safe, equitable, and sustainable public space and street designs around the world. He brings more than a decade of experience working with cities and transit agencies across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia/New Zealand to improve transportation outcomes around livability, jobs access, and safety.

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Uditi Agarwal

Uditi is an Architect and Urbanist, with eight years of urban development experience in India across policy, planning, and design. She specializes in public space upgradation, inclusive urban revitalization, and streetscape design—all from the lens of climate change, culture, and accessibility.

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Abhimanyu Prakash

Abhimanyu Prakash joined NACTO in early 2015 and is a Senior Program Manager for the Global Designing Cities Initiative, a multi-year program that has developed a Global Street Design Guide and works with cities on street and public space design around the world through Bloomberg’s Initiative for Global Road Safety(BIGRS).

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Najwa Doughman

Najwa joined NACTO in 2019 as a Program Manager for the Global Designing Cities Initiative, a multi-year program that works with cities around the world to promote safe, equitable and sustainable public space and street design. She primarily manages the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS) efforts in Quito and Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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Hayrettin Günç

As an architect and urban designer from Istanbul, Hayrettin joined NACTO as a program manager in 2019 to contribute to GDCI’s efforts in promoting safe, equitable, and sustainable cities through better street design. He received a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and has since been working towards the intersection of urban design, placemaking and data visualization.

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Annah MacKenzie

Annah MacKenzie joined NACTO in 2020 as Communications Manager for the Global Designing Cities Initiative, a multi-year program that works with cities around the world to promote safe, equitable, and sustainable public space and street design. In this role, she manages and produces editorial content, global messaging strategy, and media/press activities for the program. 

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Eduardo Pompeo Martins

Eduardo joined NACTO as a program manager in 2017 to contribute to GDCI’s efforts in promoting safe, equitable, and sustainable cities through better street design. As part of Bloomberg’s Initiative for Global Road Safety, he provides technical assistance to the City of Fortaleza in applying the design principles from the Global Street Design Guide.

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Lucia De La Mora Colunga

Lucia is an architect and urban planner from Mexico City. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute. Her professional background includes architectural design and project management in the public and private sectors, including the Public Space Authority (AEP) of Mexico City, the Public Space Unit of the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), and BFJ Planning.

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Annie Peyton

Annie works with GDCI’s Streets for Kids program, creating a supplement to the Global Street Design Guide. She has worked towards social and environmental justice in cities, most recently in Thailand at the intersection of landscape architecture and climate resilience.

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Anna Siprikova

Anna joined NACTO in 2018 to work on Global Designing Cities Initiative- Streets for Kids program, creating a supplement to the Global Street Design Guide. She is an urban planner and specializes in public space design, management, placemaking and civic engagement. Anna has a passion for working with people in communities to create the public spaces they love.

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Eduarda Aun

Eduarda Aun joined NACTO as a Program Associate in 2019 to contribute to GDCI’s efforts in promoting safe, equitable, and sustainable cities through better street design. She will be working on an upcoming Safe Speeds publication and working with different cities across BIGRS initiatives.

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Francisca Benitez

Francisca joined NACTO in 2021 and is a Program Associate to contribute across multiple programs at NACTO-GDCI, including Streets for Kids (SfK), Early Childhood Development (ECD), and the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS).

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Solomon Green-Eames

Solomon is an urban planner and designer passionate about realizing the potentials of streets to bring positive transformative change to cities and society. From the United Kingdom originally, Solomon received his Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard Graduate School of Design and has previously worked as a transportation planner in the UK and San Francisco.

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