Avinoam provides research and analysis to support urban revitalization across the United States.
He focuses on public-private real estate development, economic development, and transportation policy. His project work includes supporting nonprofits and government entities to develop and implement strategies for their real estate assets. He also provides policy evaluation and advisory services across the U.S., including New York, Denver, and Southeast Minnesota.
Avinoam brings his broad experience in public policy, financial analysis and project management to HR&A. 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. In college, Avinoam served as the Student Body president, represented 29,000 undergraduates, and worked with improve campus life.
Avinoam holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Coro New York Leadership Center, Fellow