Vittoria Zanuso is the Senior Network and Learning Manager at 100 Resilient Cities, an initiative pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation to help cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges of the 21st century. In her position, Vittoria is responsible for facilitating knowledge transfer across member cities through peer learning and sharing initiatives, such as the 100RC Network Exchange Program and the 100RC Urban Resilience Summit. Among various projects, Vittoria led the design and delivery of a Network Exchange on effective city-level practices to address migrant integration in urban settings, and authored the report “Global Migration: Resilient Cities at the Forefront”. Prior to this role, Vittoria was an Associate with the City and Practice Management Team, supporting 100RC’s work in Europe. Vittoria joined 100RC after graduating from NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service with an MPA in International Policy and Management. Originally from Milan, Italy, Vittoria holds a bachelor’s degree in politics from Queen Mary University of London. During her studies, Vittoria worked at the European Commission in Brussels and the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City.