Harry Fellows joined 100 Resilient Cities City & Practice Management Team, having graduated from The University of Liverpool with a degree in Urban Regeneration and Planning. Born and bred in Bath, UK, Harry is an enthusiast for development and place-making, and is a talented logistical coordinator.
Prior to 100 Resilient Cities he had traveled all over South and Central America, learning basic Spanish and immersing himself in the different cultures of the continent. His previous work experience includes charity work for Raleigh International, finding sustainable methods of harvesting water in rural communities of Nicaragua, and environmental management of a national park in southern Costa Rica. In Bath, he interned for BuroHappold, gaining valuable design and project management experience of Urban Development. He has also held hands-on administrative roles and managed the logistical operations of a large International School in South West England. In his spare time, he enjoys keeping active through cycling and running.