Karolina Silva de Jesus is an Active Mobility Analyst at WRI Brasil. She supports technical, design, data and management projects related to road safety and sustainable urban mobility. As an Urban Planner, she has experience in urban participatory planning and design, cycling infrastructure, tactical urbanism, complete streets, and accessibility.

Prior to joining WRI, Karolina worked in the Sustainable Mobility Coordination of the Public Transport and Circulation Company (EPTC) of Porto Alegre, working on the development of projects to expand the city's cycle path network, technical road safety interventions, complete streets, and prioritization of public transport.

She also worked with the Institute of Architects of Brazil (IABRS) in the field of Participatory Urban Planning in the formulation of Popular Action Plans for the Planning Regions of the Porto Alegre Urban and Environmental Development Plan (PDDUA). Furthermore, she was a fellow at EMAV – Popular Participatory Practices, the Model Office and extension project at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, where graduated in Architecture and Urbanism.