Avinoam supports HR&A’s urban development and resilience projects.
Avinoam has broad public policy, financial analysis, and project management experience. Currently, he is supporting a project to convert two miles of deserted railroad tracks into an urban greenspace in Charleston, South Carolina. Locally, Avinoam is developing evaluation criteria to bolster resiliency and energy efficiency in Hunts Point, New York.
Prior to joining HR&A, Avinoam completed the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs, an immersive leadership development program designed to expose participants to the policies and ideas shaping the future of cities. At Coro, Avinoam coordinated a citywide conference with the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs, and researched local and national electoral campaigns with Global Strategy Group. At UCLA, Avinoam represented 29,000 students and managed a variety of initiatives to improve campus life.
Avinoam holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Coro New York Leadership Center, Fellow