Braulio Eduardo Morera is the Director of Strategy Delivery at 100 Resilient Cities — pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation. He is an urbanist and designer with a background in architecture and social sciences. He trained as architect at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and obtained a MSc in City Design and Social Science at the London School of Economics. He is currently a PhD Candidate in Human Geography at University College London.
His professional experience in cities includes major urban plans in Asia and Europe, such as Dongtan eco-city in Shanghai and Zuidas in Amsterdam, as well as strategic advice for planning, sustainability and development projects in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Haiti, Malaysia, Panama, Peru, Singapore, Spain, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks and Caicos, and the United Kingdom for clients in the private sector, national and local governments, and international organisations including UN agencies, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Cities Alliance and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Prior to joining 100 Resilient Cities he was part of Arup International Development where he coordinated the development of the City Resilience Framework and City Resilience Index (http://www.cityresilienceindex.org) which — supported by the Rockefeller Foundation — was recently piloted in Arusha, Tanzania; Concepcion, Chile; Hong Kong, China; Liverpool, England; and Surat, India.
In his current role Braulio Eduardo leads 100RC’s Strategy Delivery unit which provides technical assistance to cities and CROs during the development of their resilience strategies and their implementation.