Larissa Oliveira is an Active Mobility Analyst in the Ross Center for Sustainable Cities program of WRI Brasil. She works on projects and initiatives to promote sustainable urban mobility, focusing on streets and public spaces and policies to encourage active mobility in cities.

Prior to joining WRI, Larissa has organized tactical urbanism interventions in public spaces as a member of the Coletivo Coreografando Ruas. She has also collaborated on urban requalification projects during her internship at Colorado Center for Community Development (CCCD) in the United States.

Larissa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Centro Universitário Teresa D'Ávila (Unifatea) and completed part of her studies at the University of Colorado, Denver. Additionally, she is currently a post-graduate student in Urban Mobility and the Contemporary City at Escola da Cidade.