Keynote/Plenary Session Speakers

jim murley

Morning Plenary Keynote Speaker
Jim Murley
James F. Murley is the Chief Resilience Officer for Miami-Dade County. Miami-Dade County, together with the Cities of Miami and Miami Beach, launched their Resilient 305 Strategy in May 2019. Jim previously served as Secretary of the Department of Community Affairs under Governor Lawton Chiles and was appointed Chair of the Florida Energy and Climate Commission by Governor Charlie Crist. Additionally, he served as Executive Director of 1000 Friends of Florida, spent over 10 years with Florida Atlantic University overseeing research on urban and environmental issues, and served as Executive Director of the South Florida Regional Planning Council. Jim is a founding member of the American Society for Adaptation Professionals and Resiliency Florida, a Board member of The Florida Ocean Alliance and the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association. He is also a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.


Lunchtime Plenary Session: Special Guest Speaker
Paul Farmer, MD, PhD
Medical anthropologist and physician Paul Farmer has dedicated his life to improving health care for the world’s poorest people. He is Co-founder and Chief Strategist of Partners In Health (PIH), an international non-profit organization that since 1987 has provided direct health care services and undertaken research and advocacy activities on behalf of those who are sick and living in poverty. Dr. Farmer and his colleagues in the U.S. and abroad have pioneered novel community-based treatment strategies that demonstrate the delivery of high-quality health care in resource-poor settings.

Dr. Farmer holds an M.D. and Ph.D. from Harvard University, where he is the Kolokotrones University Professor and the Chair of the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School; he is also Chief of the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.

Dr. Farmer has written extensively on health, human rights, and the consequences of social inequality. He is the recipient of numerous honors, including the Margaret Mead Award from the American Anthropological Association, the Outstanding International Physician (Nathan Davis) Award from the American Medical Association, a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, and, with his PIH colleagues, the Hilton Humanitarian Prize. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His most recent book is Fevers, Feuds, and Diamonds: Ebola and the Ravages of History.

Julio Frenk Closing Plenary Session: Special Guest Speaker
President Julio Frenk 
Julio Frenk is the president of the University of Miami since August of 2015. He also holds academic appointments as Professor of Public Health Sciences at the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, as Professor of Health Sector Management and Policy at the Miami Business School, and as Professor of Sociology at the College of Arts and Sciences. Prior to joining the University of Miami, he served for nearly seven years as the dean of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the T & G Angelopoulos Professor of Public Health and International Development, a joint appointment with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Dr. Frenk was the Minister of Health of Mexico from 2000 to 2006. There he pursued an ambitious agenda to reform the nation’s health system and introduced a program of comprehensive universal coverage, known as Seguro Popular, which expanded access to health care for more than 55 million previously uninsured persons. He was the founding director-general of the National Institute of Public Health in Mexico, one of the leading institutions of its kind in the developing world. He also served as executive director in charge of Evidence and Information for Policy at the World Health Organization and as senior fellow in the global health program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, among other leadership positions. His scholarly production, which includes over 180 articles in academic journals, as well as many books and book chapters, has been cited over 23,000 times. In addition, he has written three best-selling novels for youngsters explaining the functions of the human body. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the U.S. National Academy of Medicine, the National Academy of Medicine of Mexico, and El Colegio Nacional. Dr. Frenk holds a medical degree from the National University of Mexico, as well as a master of public health and a joint Ph.D. in Medical Care Organization and in Sociology from the University of Michigan. He has received honorary degrees from ten universities.


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  • Sonia R. Chao


    Sonia Chao writes and teaches in the areas of subtropical and tropical sustainable and resilient design and their intersections with urbanism, codes, and historic preservation. She recently concluded an NSF study which resulted in the Storm Surge Building Vulnerability model (SSBV), with a human-centered framework, aimed at informing anticipatory guidelines for resilient urban and community design within coastal cities. Chao is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture, and directs the UM Center for Urban & Community Design. Chao co-directs the Master of Professional Science in Urban Sustainability and Resilience, serves as the Faculty Lead on Climate, Environment, and Resilience at the University Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, and holds a Secondary Appointment at the College of Engineering. Chao a member of Metrolab Miami  and is an Executive Board member of the Florida Climate Institute.

  • Rodolphe el-Khoury

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    Rodolphe el-Khoury is Dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture. Trained as both a historian and a designer, he divides his time between scholarship, research, and practice. He is the author of numerous books on architecture and urbanism, including See Through Ledoux; Architecture Theatre, and the Pursuit of Transparency; Monolithic Architecture; and Figures: Essays on Contemporary Architecture. el-Khoury’s leads RAD-UM, a research lab for embedded technology and robotics aiming at enhancing responsiveness and resilience in buildings and smart cities. The work of his firm, Khoury Levit Fong (KLF), has won international awards.

    el-Khoury’s work has been featured in national and international media outlets that cut across disciplines ranging from WIRED Magazine to the Wall Street Journal to the Space Channel to BBC World. He has shared his work through teaching, visiting professorships and lectures at dozens of institutions in the U.S. and abroad.

  • David L. Kelly


    Dr. David L. Kelly is a Professor of Economics, Co-chair of the Sustainable Business Research Cluster, and Academic Director of the Master of Science in Sustainable Business at the University of Miami Herbert Business School. He was chair of the economics department from 2005-8 and has formerly held positions at the University of California at Santa Barbara and Carnegie Mellon University.  Prof. Kelly has published widely on optimal climate change policy, design of environmental regulation, adaptation to climate change, sustainable development, and the economics of natural disasters. Research authored/co-authored by Professor Kelly has appeared in leading journals including Science, Nature, the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, and the Journal of Economic Theory. His research has been funded by NSF, DOE, and other federal agencies. Professor Kelly is an award-winning teacher with over 20 years of classroom experience at the undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. level.

  • Felicia M. Knaul


    An international health economist and expert in Latin American health systems and social sectors, Felicia Marie Knaul, Ph.D., is director of the Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas and a professor at the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. She is also a full member of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and holds several secondary appointments. Knaul most recently served as director of the Harvard Global Equity Initiative (HGEI) and associate professor at Harvard Medical School.

    Collaborating with faculty at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami, she contributes to research and teaching in cancer and global health as well as catalyzes the University's research presence throughout the Americas focusing on policy development.  Her research focuses on global health, cancer and breast cancer in low- and middle-income countries, women and health, health systems and reform, health financing, access to pain control and palliative care, poverty and inequity, gender equity and female labor force participation, and children in especially difficult circumstances. 

    Knaul has created and designed several research and advocacy networks.  Currently, she serves as the Chair of the Lancet Commission on Gender-based Violence and Maltreatment of Young People. From 2014-2017 she served as Chair of the Lancet Commission on Global Access to Palliative Care and Pain Relief, lead authoring its October 2017 final report, “Alleviating the access abyss in palliative care and pain relief – an imperative of universal health coverage.”  She has also published several papers on Mexico and health reform in The Lancet and was a member the Commission Report on Women and Health and leading co-author of its final report. As Director of HGEI, she founded and directed the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control, serving as lead author and co-editor of the task force’s publication Closing the Cancer Divide: An Equity Imperative (Harvard University Press/ Harvard Global Equity Initiative, 2012), and was a member of the Global Task Force on Radiotherapy for Cancer Control (GTFRCC), taking a leadership role in the global reports that were produced. Knaul has produced over 225 academic and policy publications.

    She has held senior government posts in Mexico and Colombia and worked for bilateral and multilateral agencies including the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and UNICEF. She maintains a research base in Mexico anchored at the Mexican Health Foundation. In 2017, Knaul was inducted into the National Academy of Medicine of Mexico and awarded Level III of the Mexican National System of Researchers.

    Knaul works as both a researcher and advocate on cancer globally. After she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007, Knaul founded the Mexican non-profit organization, Cáncer de Mama: Tómatelo a Pecho, a program that undertakes and promotes research, advocacy, awareness, and early detection initiatives for breast cancer in Latin America. Her journey is documented in her books Tómatelo a Pecho (Grupo Santillana, 2009) and Beauty without the Breast (Harvard University Press/ Harvard Global Equity Initiative, 2013), and has been featured in ReformaThe Miami HeraldThe LancetScienceWHO BulletinNewsweek en Español, and Cancer Today.

    She is a member of several institutional boards, including NCD Child, Casa de Esperanza, and the EAT Foundation, and various academic journals including the Lancet Global Health.

    After earning her B.A. in Economics and International Development from the University of Toronto, Knaul received a M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. She is a citizen of Canada and the UK and a permanent resident of Mexico.

    Knaul – who is married to UM President Julio Frenk – is also keenly interested in student life on campus, and University activities. The couple, who reside at Ibis House at Smathers Four Fillies Farm, have two daughters, Hannah Sofia (23) and Mariana Havivah (14).

    The family moved to Florida from Sudbury, Mass. with their dogs, Tikvot and Lupi. They also maintain a home in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

  • Guillermo Prado


    Dr. Guillermo (Willy) Prado is Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs; Dean of the Graduate School; and Professor of Nursing and Health Studies, Public Health Sciences, and Psychology at the University of Miami. Previously, he was Miller Professor and Director of the Division of Prevention Science and Community in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami.

    A proud double alumnus of the University of Miami, Prado earned his Ph.D. in epidemiology and public health in 2005 and his Master of Science in statistics in 2000. He joined the University as a faculty member in 2007. In 2011, he started the Division of Prevention Science and Community Health at the Department of Public Health in the Miller School of Medicine. Since 2016, he has served as the Dean of the Graduate School, overseeing the institution’s more than 200 doctoral and master’s degrees. Under his leadership, the Graduate School expanded in 2018 to include the Postdoctoral Programs Office responsible for all postdoctoral matters at the University. He was appointed as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs in 2020.

    Prado’s leadership extends beyond the University of Miami, as the current President of the Society for Prevention Research; a member of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Committee on Prevention and Control of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the United States; and a Board Member of Research!America, the country’s largest not-for-profit public education and advocacy alliance committed to making research to improve health a higher national priority.

    As a researcher, Prado broadly focuses on the development, evaluation, and dissemination of parenting interventions for Hispanic youth and their families. His research has appeared in over 140 peer-reviewed articles and chapters. He has been PI, Co-I, or mentor of over $100 million dollars of NIH funding. He is currently PI of NIDA/NIH funded study evaluating the effectiveness of an online adaption of Familias Unidas, an evidence-based family intervention, for Hispanic youth in primary care. He is also the Director of the Investigator Development Core of the NIMHD/NIH funded Center for Latino Health Research Opportunities. His research has been recognized by numerous organizations, including the National Hispanic Science Network, the Society for Prevention Research, and the Society for Adolescent and has been featured in several domestic and international news outlets, including the Miami Herald and CNN en Español.

Distinguished participants:

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Speakers by session:

Morning Session Speakers

Ricardo Álvarez-Díaz, Founding Partner & CEO at Álvarez‐Díaz & Villalon® Architecture & Interior Design
Email: ralvarezdiaz@advfirm.com

Dr. Robin Bachin, Associate Provost for Civic and Community Engagement and Charlton W. Tebeau Associate Professor of History, University of Miami
Email: Rbachin@miami.edu | Website: www.affordablehousing.miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/rbachin@miami.edu

Esteban L. Biondi, Associate Principal of Applied Technology & Management
Email: ebiondi@appliedtm.com | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ebiondi/

Juan Cervera, Graduate student of the Marine Ecosystem and Societies Department of Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 
Email: jcc328@miami.edu | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juan-cervera-2a6529105/

Professor Sonia Chao, Director of the Center for Urban and Community Design, University of Miami
Email: schao@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/schao@miami.edu

Adriana Le Compte, Lead and Project Coordination Fellow at NASA Langley Research Center
Email: adriana.lecompte@gmail.com 

Jaime Correa, Professor in Practice, University of Miami
Email: jcorrea@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/jcorrea@miami.edu | Website: https://www.correa-associates.com/

Didi Bertrand Farmer, Managing Director for the Miller School of Medicine’s Bahamas Partnership Project
Website: www.womenandgirlsinitiative.org

Steven Fett, Lecturer, University of Miami
Website: www.stevenfett.com

Kevin Grove, Professor of Geography, Florida International University
Email: kgrove@fiu.edu | Profile: https://gss.fiu.edu/people/faculty/kevin-grove/

David Kelly, Professor of Economics, Academic Director of the Master of Science in Sustainable Business, University of Miami
Email: dkelly@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/dkelly@miami.edu

Ricardo Lopez, Lecturer, University of Miami, School of Architecture, Co-Director, Center for Urban and Community Design
Email: r.lopez2@umiami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/r.lopez2@umiami.edu

Enrique de la Madrid, Director to the Centre for the Future of the Cities at the Tecnológico de Monterrey University
Social media:@edelamadrid | Facebook: Enrique de la Madrid 

Jaime de la Mora
Email: jdelamora2007@gmail.com  

Larisa Ovalles, Research Assistant at MIT Urban Risk Lab
Email: lovalles@mit.edu 

Jennifer Posner, Program Manager, Office of Civic and Community Engagement, University of Miami
Email: jposner@miami.edu | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-posner-6933352/

Borja Reguero, Associate Research Professor University of California Santa Cruz
Email: breguero@ucsc.edu | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/borja-gonzalez-reguero/

Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos, Assistant Professor, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of Miami
Email: landolfrb@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/lxr382@miami.edu

Orlando Santaella, Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Puerto Rico Department of Housing
Email: osantaella@vivienda.pr.gov

Gautam Sundaram, Principal at Perkins&Will
Email: Gautam.Sundaram@perkinswill.com | Website: https://perkinswill.com/person/gautam-sundaram/

Tiffany Troxler, Associate Professor in Department of Earth and Environment at Florida International Unversity
Email: troxlert@fiu.edu | Websites: wetland.fiu.edu, wetland.fiu.edu | Social media: @tiffany_troxler

Antonio Tadeo Turanzas Bernard, Thesis Project Student at Universidad Veritas School of Architecture
Email: tadturanzas@gmail.com 

Matthew Varkony, PhD Student, University of Miami
Email: mvarkony@rsmas.miami.edu | Website: https://mvarkony.netlify.app/

Teofilo Victoria, Associate Professor, School of Architecture, University of Miami
Email: tvictoria@miami.edu | Profilehttps://people.miami.edu/profile/tvictoria@miami.edu

Mid-day Session Speakers

Dr. Esber Andiroglu, Ph.D., P.E., Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering; Secondary appointment at School of Architecture
Email: e.andiroglu@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/e.andiroglu@miami.edu

Perla Aquino, Urban Sustainability and Resilience Program, University of Miami
Email: pma85@miami.edu 

Nader Azab, Assoc. Professor of Architecture, University of the Bahamas
Email: Nader.azab@ub.edu.bs 

Marcos Barinas, Adjunct Professor, School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign  
Profile: https://arch.illinois.edu/people/profiles/marcos-barinas-uribe/

Marc N. Conte, Associate Professor of Economics, Fordham University
Email: mconte7@fordham.edu | Website:marcnconte.ace.fordham.edu | Social media: @MarcNConte

Xaviar Cortada, Professor of Practice, University of Miami Department of Art and Art History 
Email: xcortada@miami.edu | Website: www.cortada.com | Social media: @xcortada

Katelyn Cucinotta, Environmental Analyst - Palm Beach County Office of Resilience 
Email: kcucinotta@pbcgov.org | Website: https://discover.pbcgov.org/resiliencehttps://Facebook.com/ResilientPBC

Professor Carlos Genatios, Chairperson Engineering Technology, Miami Dade College 
cgenatio@mdc.edu | Twitter: @carlosgenatios

Professor Sonia Chao, Director of the Center for Urban and Community Design, University of Miami
Email: schao@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/schao@miami.edu

Scott Davis

Ryan Deering, Research Associate, Cortada Socially Engaged Art Lab & Studio (CSEAL)
Email: rpd48@miami.edu | Website: www.deerwing.com

Elizabeth I. Doud, PhD, PhD Mermaid, Siren Arts / Curator of Performance, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art/Florida State University
Email: elizabeth.doud@ringling.org 

Benjamin Ghansah, Center for Urban and Community Design, University of Miami  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-ghansah-6528b323/

Monica Gregory, Adaptation Programs Coordinator with the Miami-Dade County Office of Resilience Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Miami
Email: monica.gregory@miamidade.gov | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/monicagregory/

Mary Jacketti, Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Miami 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-jacketti-416a76110/

Katharine J. Mach, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, University of Miami
Website: https://climateprep.rsmas.miami.edu/index.html | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/kmach@rsmas.miami.edu

David W. McMillan, Postdoctoral Fellow at Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami
Email: dmcmillan@med.miami.edu | Website: https://davidmcmillan.mkysml.com/ | Twitter: @DrDWMcMillan 

Chris Narducci, Social Science Analyst
Email: christopher.j.narducci@hud.gov | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-narducci-34956314/

Benjamin Northrup, Senior Designer, DPZ CoDesign 
Email: ben@dpz.com | Website: DPZ.com, NBV100 Final Report: https://northbayvillage-fl.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/06-PPT_NBV_Final-Report_LowRes-compressed.pdf

Mr. Austin Perry, University of Miami CAE Research Associate
Email: ajp285@miami.edu 

Dr. Esteban Petruzzello, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Miami Herbert Business School
Email: petru@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/exp440@miami.edu

Adam Roberti, Manager, Cortada Socially Engaged Art Lab & Studio (CSEAL)
Email: adam@cortada.com | Social media: @adamroberti

Ruth Ron, Architect, Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Miami
Email: rron@miami.edu | Website: www.ruthron.net/

Gustavo Sanchez-Hugalde, Principal at GSHStudio
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustavo-sanchez-hugalde-096a154/

John Sandell, Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University 
Email: jsandel1@fau.edu | Profile: https://www.fau.edu/artsandletters/architecture/people/faculty/sandell/

Allison Schifani, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Miami
Email: ams611@miami.edu | Social media: @aschifani

Madisyn Simpson, Urban Sustainability and Resilience Program, University of Miami
Email: mms360@miami.edu 

Deva Taylor, PhD Student, University of Miami
Email: drt52@miami.edu | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devat/

Paula Christina Viala, Urban Sustainability and Resilience Program, University of Miami
Email: pcv12@miami.edu  

Camila Zablah, Urban Sustainability and Resilience Program, University of Miami
Email: cxz189@miami.edu 

Afternoon Session Speakers

Ricardo Alvarez, Founding Partner & CEO at Álvarez‐Díaz & Villalon® Architecture & Interior Design
Email: ralvarezdiaz@advfirm.com 

Hardeep Anand, PE, ENV SP, Deputy Director, Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department / Founder & Director, OneWater Academy
Website: https://onewateracademy.org

Dr. Esber Andiroglu, Ph.D., P.E., Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering; Secondary appointment at School of Architecture
Email: e.andiroglu@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/e.andiroglu@miami.edu

Yanel de Angel, FAIA, Principal, Perkins and Will / Co-founder resilientSEE-PR
Email: yanel.deangel@perkinswill.com | Websites: www.perkinswill.comhttps://resilientSEE-PR.com 

Irela Bague, Chief Bay Officer, Miami Dade County
Website: https://www.baguegroup.com/about-irela-bague.html

Dr. Alec Bogdanoff, Principal and Co-Founder of Brizaga
Email: alec@bizaga.com | Twitter: @abogdanoff | Website: www.brizaga.com

Francisco De Caso
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fdecaso/

Manuel Fontan, Engineer, PE, LEED AP, WSP USA, resilientSEE-PR
Email: manuel.fontan@wsp.com 

Professor Ali Ghahremaninezhad, University of Miami
Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/a.ghahremani@miami.edu

Dr. Matt Hauer, Sociology Professor at Florida State University
Social media: @thehauer | Website: https://mathewhauer.github.io/mathew-hauer.html

Joel Lamere, Asst. Professor, School of Architecture, University of Miami
Email: jlamere@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/jxl2094@miami.edu | Website: https://www.gldarch.com/info

Renato Molina, Assistant Professor at University of Miami
Email: renato.molina@rsmas.miami.edu | Website: https://renatomolinah.com/

Sara Pezeshk, Florida International University
Email: speze001@fiu.edu | Profile: https://crestcache.fiu.edu/about/students/profiles/pezeshk-sara.html

Silvio Pupo-Casco, Chairman and CEO of Logos Capital
Email: silvio@logoscapital.io | Profile: https://www.gbaglobal.org/members/silviopupo/profile/

Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos, Assistant Professor, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of Miami
Email: landolfrb@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/lxr382@miami.edu

Jesabel Rivera, MPH, CHES, Community Impact & Engagement Solutions, Co-funder Voluntariado de Ingenieros
Email: jesabel@ingenierospr.org 

José Sanchez, PE, Senior Structural Engineer, Co-founder Voluntariado de Ingenieros
Email: sanchjo@gmail.com  

Laurie Schoeman, National Director, Resilience and Disaster Recovery for Enterprise Community Partners 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurieschoeman/ | Social media: @laurijnyc @enteprisenow | Website: www.enterprisecommunity.org

Pedro Sifre, Senior Principal at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Email: PJSifre@sgh.com | Website: https://www.sgh.com/contact/pedro-sifre

Danniely Staback, Lecturer at RISD and the University of Illinois Email: dannielystaback@gmail.com | Website: https://www.dannielystaback.com/about

Isaac W Stein, PLA, ASLA, Co-Founder of Dept.
Website: www.dept.llc 

Dr. Kathleen Sealey Sullivan, Professor of Biology, University of Miami 
Email: ksealey@miami.edu | Profile: https://people.miami.edu/profile/ksealey@miami.edu

Ruth Super, Prof. Boston Architectural College / Principal, Ruth Super Design
Email: ruth@ruthsuperdesign.com 

Jacqueline Gonzalez Touzet, AIA LEED AP, Principal of Touzet Studio
Email: info@touzetstudio.com | Website: www.touzetstudio.com

Dr. Matthew Trussoni, Assistant Professor of Practice, University of Miami; Principal, Trussoni Architecture
Email: Trussoni@miami.edu | Website: www.trussoniarchitecture.com