ITDP is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City with offices in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, and the United States. ITDP’s programs focus on public transport, non-motorized transport, travel demand management, parking, transport policy, and urban development.

Iwona Alfred

Program Associate, Urban Development

Iwona is an urban planner with a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute and a dual bachelor’s degree in Education and Geography from Hunter College. She is interested in issues around development and sustainability in fast growing urban and rural areas alike. Iwona is not new to ITDP, she has previously assisted with the release of the TOD Standard v. 2.1 in 2014. Before joining ITDP full time in 2017, she has also worked as a LEED consultant and a community liaison in the Far Rockaway, Queens area. Iwona enjoys a variety of interdisciplinary fields utilizing her passion for sciences and arts. After graduate school, she produced a film “Save our Seaport” for the City Club of New York which focused on development of the South Street Seaport area in the New City Harbor. As an avid photographer, she spends her weekends cycling and photographing as well as assisting with other ongoing film projects.


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