Shravanthi Kanekal is the Resiliency Planner for the NYC Environmental Justice Alliance.
She is an urban planner with experience in climate change adaptation and sustainability strategies. Her interests lie in collaborative civic engagement, the intersection of design and policy, and its effect on social equity within communities. She has contributed to plans addressing sea level rise, carbon emission reduction and disaster management for municipalities and a large university. She previously worked as a policy planner with a consulting firm specializing in hazard mitigation planning. She also has four years of experience as an architect working on commercial, residential, and historic preservation and restoration projects. Shravanthi received a Masters of City Planning with a concentration in Land Use and Environmental Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from R.V. College of Engineering.