Shoshana Wintman


Shoshana is an Analyst based in the New York office. She is passionate about equitable urban development, parks and open spaces, and resilient climate adaptation planning.


At HR&A, Shoshana has supported clients in building cases for investment in resilient infrastructure, parks, and open spaces. She has also supported the development of master plans for parks and park systems through business planning and regional and national positioning studies. Shoshana has supported the development of statewide plans for broadband and digital equity, among other projects.

Prior to joining HR&A, Shoshana interned at The Public Interest Law Center supporting attorneys in housing and environmental justice work. After undergrad, Shoshana joined the New York City Urban Fellows program for a 9-month urban policy fellowship. There, she worked at NYC Parks on their Planning and Parklands teams supporting work around urban agriculture, broadband access, and NYC Parks stewardship of New York’s historic public cemetery, Hart Island.

Shoshana has a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies with Honors from the University of Pennsylvania, and a minor in Sustainability and Environmental Management.