Latin America and Caribbean
Anacláudia Rossbach from São Paulo, Brazil holds a master’s degree in political economics and has been working for 20 years in the housing and urban fields, as a practitioner and researcher for international organizations, local and national governments, universities, and non-profit organizations. She worked most part of her professional life in Brazil but also participated in a diverse and large number of international endeavors, projects, knowledge exchange activities, publications, reviews, and conferences. During her professional life, she had the opportunity to provide support and advice for key stakeholders from the urban sector from Brazil and a broad range of countries, such as the Philippines, China, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, Mozambique, Angola, Egypt, Namibia, Bolivia, Paraguay, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Chile, and Peru. During the Habitat III process, she acted as an expert for the Policy Unit on National Urban Policies. Currently, she is Regional Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean at Cities Alliance, based in Mexico City.