Active Mobility Analyst, WRI Brasil Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
Andressa Ribeiro is an Active Mobility Analyst in the Cities program of WRI Brasil. She works on projects fostering road safety and active mobility through urban design and policy initiatives over Municipal and Federal level in Brazilian and Latin American context. Andressa is currently a Master’s student in Urban and Territorial Planning at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), with a focus on gender and mobility of care. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urbanism from the same university.
Prior to joining WRI, she has completed part of her studies in urban planning in the Birmingham City University, UK.
Vision Zero ChallengeLaunch PlatformLaunch Platform Visit Project
Challenging city leaders to save lives by taking bold actions on road safety.
Health & Road SafetyVisit Project
Creating safer mobility systems to connect people to opportunities and foster sustainable, equitable cities
Urban MobilityVisit Project
Improving quality of life, health and opportunity in cities through sustainable and safe transport and urban design.