Thaddeus Pawlowski

Managing Director

Thaddeus Pawlowski is the Managing Director of the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes and also a Research Scholar and Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Design and Urban Planning. He has sought to integrate resilience and climate change adaptation into the long-term development patterns of cities through the design of projects, policies, and programs. Thaddeus planned for disasters at the New York City Office of Emergency Management, worked to reduce the likelihood and impact of disasters at the New York City Department of City Planning, and then helped New York City recover from Hurricane Sandy at the Office of the Mayor. He has a Masters in Architecture from University of Pennsylvania and was a 2015 Loeb Fellow at Harvard University.