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Lucrecia Montemayor is a waterfront associate planner at the NYC Department of City Planning (DCP). She is currently leading outreach efforts for the City’s next Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, as well as working on resiliency and governance issues along the waterfront. Originally from Mexico, Lucrecia is an architect and urban planner interested in working at the intersection of planning, research and design, with a focus on resilience. Previously, she was at Regional Plan Association, where she worked on RPA’s fourth regional plan and the design component 4C: Four Corridors: Forseeing the Region of the Future. She trained as an architect at ITESM in Mexico and holds an MSc in City Design and Social Science from the London School of Economics and an MS in Urban Planning from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University.