Mina Nabizada is Senior Manager of the Network Community on the Network and Learning team at 100 Resilient Cities. Prior to joining 100RC, Mina was Strategic Relationships Manager for the Mayor’s Office for International Affairs. In this capacity she designed and directed a program highlighting the synergies between New York City’s resilience strategy, OneNYC, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In an effort to advocate for city-to-city collaboration and support, she convened domestic and foreign governments to share best practices on innovative sustainable solutions and secured cross-sector partnerships to drive commitments around issue areas related to resilience and sustainability.
Prior to joining the Mayor’s Office, Mina worked as a Research Associate at the Clinton Foundation, where she conducted risk evaluation and management. Mina also worked at the Clinton Global Initiative as a Program Coordinator where she was involved in all facets of program and relationship management.
Mina graduated from the State University at Albany in New York with a B.A. in Communications and Political Science and went on to earn her M.A. in International Affairs and Development from The New School. She is of Afghan heritage, as well as a French national, born in Dakar, Senegal and raised in Grenada, the West Indies.