Meet another two of our Fellows: Ian Lundy and Sinaida Hackmack. Sinaida is a PhD candidate at Berlin’s Hertie School of Governance researching urban and mobility governance. Ian works for the New York City Housing Authority on partnerships between the public and private sector. Hear them tell you why they think cities should take a leading role in the future of transatlantic relations and in political innovation.
Each Monday until the end of the year, we will be showcasing two of our fellows from the United States and Germany with a short video. Find last week’s Fellow Focus about Andrea Jonas and Victoria Boeck here. To catch the other videos and learn about our fellows, follow this space here, or @AHG_Berlin, @DPZ_Berlin and @ppi on Twitter.
New Urban Progress is the joint metro initiative of Das Progressive Zentrum, Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft and the Progressive Policy Institute.
The project is supported by the Transatlantic Program of the Federal Republic of Germany and funded by the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi).