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CAREER PORTFOLIO

S te fa n I vanovski University of P e n n sy l v a n i a , C l a ss o f 2 0 1 5 B ucknell U niv e r si ty , C l a ss of 201 2


EDUCATION

CAREER GOALS

U N IV ERS IT Y OF PEN N S Y LVANIA M aster o f C ity P lanning , co nce ntra tion in community a nd economic development

T h e w o rl d i s i n crea singly urb a n a nd unequal. Ever y year, millions of people migrate to c i ti e s i n se ar c h f o r a b e tte r l i f e , s om e m ak e i t , m a ny st ruggle. In my home countr y, Macedonia, most young talen te d mi n d s wan t to e mi g r ate ab r o ad . Ta kin g t h e s e t rend s int o a ccount , I b elieve that one of the mos t important challen g e s o f th e 21st c e n tu r y i s p r o mo ti n g s u s t ai n ab l e an d eq uit a b le urb a n a nd r egional economic development.

Phila delphia , PA , U SA Ma y 2015

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M y c are e r g o al is t o cont rib ut e in t he economic development of cities and region s, e sp e c i al l y th o se i n e me r g i n g mar k e t e c on o m i e s , s u ch a s in E a st ern E urope and Latin A merica. I intend to leverage my tr ai n i n g as a c i ty p l an n e r, my r e se ar c h of s o c i al e c o n o mies, a nd my int erna t i onal netw ork , to s upport cities and commun i ti e s to d e ve l o p str ate g i e s, p l an s, an d pr ogram s t h at h elp t hem b uild rob ust economies that ens ure high quality of lif e f o r al l th e i r c i ti ze n s.

BU C K N EL L U N IV ERS IT Y B achelo r o f Ar ts in I nter natio nal Rela tions (with Honors) a nd Spa nish

L ewisburg, PA , U SA Ma y 2012

G PA: 3 .8 5 / 4 .0 0 A s a g rad u at e st ud ent of cit y p la nning and international relations, I learned that s u stai n ab l e e c o n o mi c d e ve l o p me n t r elie s o n c o n n e ct ing p hy sica l a nd social as sets in an inclusive w ay, ensuring that al l c i ti ze n s, e sp e c i al l y th o se wh o ar e s t r ug g l i n g , h av e a ccess t o q ua lit y ed u cation, af f ordable healthcare, and decent e mp l o yme n t. I n o th e r wo r d s, th e p h ysi c al dis t r ib u t i o n o f b uild ings a nd infra st ruc ture in a region, af f ects economic developme n t an d q u al i ty o f l i f e . Cu r r e n tl y, I se e k oppo r t u n i t i e s i n t he p riv a t e, p ub lic, a n d civil s ociety sectors that w ill f urther enhan c e my u r b an p l an n i n g , f i n an c i al , an d m a nag e m e n t s k ills t ha t a re relev a nt t o promoting inclusive economic developmen t. This portfolio highlights the main projects I completed during both my undergraduate and graduate studies in the United States.

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efforts, according to the World Economic Forum's Global Information Technology Report 2014, Brazil was ranked 69th out of 148 countries surveyed in terms of access to technology and preparedness to grow its economy with the support of technology. This raises the need to create an innovation district centered around developing and disseminating access to technology.

SќчачаамаÃO PAULO INNOVATION DISTRICT MASTER PLAN T h e g o al o f m y gra d ua t e ca p st one p ro ject w as to des ign an innovation dis t r ic t i n S ão Pa ulo, B ra z il. I worked with a 14- member international a nd m u l t i d i s c i p l i na r y t ea m for fiv e months. Our team developed three inn ov at i o n d i s t ri c t s: 1 ) Ind ust ria l E cology, 2) Fashion Dis trict, and 3) O pen - S o u r c e I n nov a t ion Dist rict .

Access to food

BRAZIL (SAO PAULO AND BEYOND)

Potable water

HOUSING & POVERTY

Natural population growth

Rapid urbanization

Research for poor's health problems

ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE

Sewerage

Access to electricity

Biodiversity loss

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Wealth inequality Lack of decent jobs Loss of arable land

emphasize stronger connections by creating new eastalso and west pedestrian and road crossings,needs reThe Open-Source Innovation District strives to The poor have different banking than the wealthy. Throughout purposing historic buildings and leveraging underuse São Paulo's current assets to build upon the the Global South, only 41% of adults have access to banking services. Sãoinitiatives. utilized buildings, and constructing a cloudburst momentum created by recent national street water management. Paulo, as theforfinancial capital of Latin America, and a city of stark income and wealth inequality is poised to be a leader in designing inclusive financial solutions for the poor in Brazil and around the world.

Another major focus of the Open-Source District is providing solutions to Available space: affordable housing. There are over 11 million people in Brazil and almostMost of the innovation district will be located on the site of a current 3 million people in SãoRailway Paulo that live in informal housing. The housing 1 transportation and prototype districts will serve as a center for research and developmentlogistics to company, which is underutilized. design the solutions for these residents.Urban Operations

GLOBAL HEALTH & FOOD

level education, compared to 44% of adults in2.the United States. Education The main challenges are the physical barriers that Access to regional transit separate the neighborhood along east-west lines, 3. Presence of historic buildings opportunity and mobility. attainment is directly correlated with economic abandoned buildings, and flooding. The OSID will 4. Private investments

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Unemployment

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2 Lastly, in a 2013 survey, 48% of Brazilians stated that the most important Access to transit: main campus will issue is healthcare. Given this major 4concern, the Open-Source District The will be located right next to the Mooca train station, dedicate a cluster that focuses on innovating public health solutions2that which is the commuter rail that provides respond to the people's needs. regional connectivity to the district.

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HUMAN RIGHTS & EDUCATION

Budgetary constraints

Limited social service

Corruption

Public transport

Refugees

Democratic governance

Crime & safety

Lack of social mobility

Human trafficking

Women's rights

Indigenous peoples’ rights

Participatory planning

Loss of manufacturing jobs

Vacant land & warehouses

Urban Operations Border

Legal representation

BRAZIL IS PART OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH

In t h i s c ap s t o n e, I led a fiv e-m em b er sub- team to create a 16- year m a s t e r p l an f o r t he Op en-S ource Innovation District. The goal of this dis t r ic t w as t o s er v e a s a resea rch a nd development center f or the is s ue s t h at t h e c ount ries of t he G lob al South f ace, in general, and t h e c h al l e n g e s o f S ã o Pa ulo, in p a rt icular. In developing the master pla n, I an al y z e d t he ex ist ing p olicy framework in São P aulo and Brazil. I de v e l o p e d re c om m end a t ions for reforms that w ould decreas e cos ts of do i n g b u s i n e ss, st rengt hen univ ersity- indus tr y link ages, and secure f un din g f o r s o c i a l innov a t ions.

The issues of the Global South manifest themselves at the global, national, and local levels. Brazil is well-equipped to be a leader in designing the solutions to these issues.

Id e n t i f i e d k e y i s s u e s f o r d e v e l o p i n g co u n t ries a t globa l, na tiona l, a nd loc a l sc a les

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Historic buildings: The education campus will be located on the site of the underutilized and historic Antarctica Brewery.

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Private investments: The area around the Mooca train station has received significant real-estate investment such as the featured condo development.

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Highway + Elevated BRT

Equal access to education

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An aerial image of the northern part of the Urban Operations zone with key assets highlighted in blue and key challenges in red. Source: aerial image of the site from Google Earth

Ex a m ined phy sic a l a ssets of proposed site

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OPEN-SOURCE DISTRICT | SÃO PAULO INNO

Essential Tools Smart Cities Lab Phase 1 Phase 2

Wellness Lab Systems

F in a ll y, I d e s i g n ed a net work of p riv a t e, public, and civil society pa r tn e rs h i p s . I n form ing t hese p a rt ner s hips , I chos e actors w ho have dem o n s t rat e d t heir d ed ica t ion t o social innovations and building social e c on o m i e s t h at b enefit loca l communities . Thes e social actors w ere s y s t e m i c al l y i n t egra t ed int o t hree social innovation clus ters . Each clus ter w a s d e s i g n e d t o a d d ress S ã o Pa ulo’s main is sues, namely: 1) income a nd we al t h i n e q ua lit y ; 2 ) t ra ffic conge stion; and 3) and poor w ater m a nag e m e n t .

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Brazil 200 million

Global South 5.8 billion Global North 1.3 billion

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S t u d i e d i n n o v at i o n i n i t i at i v e s i n t h e G l o ba l South, the Globa l North, a nd B ra zil 3

Dev eloped three c lusters for O pen-Sourc e I nnov a tion Distric t 4


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

 



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 



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 

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le    Proposed Location:R endering of a c om plete street in La nsda  + Intersection of Main Street and Broad Street  LANSDALE TODAY

RECONNECT

RE-ENVISION

LANSDALE REIMAGINED





 

 

  

         

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 



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 

   

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  

 

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

 

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 

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 

 

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



  

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  

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  





 

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RE-ENERGIZE

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 

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

      

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 

  5

REACTIVATE

 

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C r e at e d b u d g e t f o r e ach p h as e o f t h e p l an

REVITALIZE





   

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GOALS

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PLANNING PROCESS

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2000-2010



 



   





PERCENT INCREASE IN POVERTY LEVEL

In a dd i t i o n , I c rea t ed a socio-economic program that w ould ensure that t h e m o s t n e g l e ct ed group s, la rgely immigrant communities of Lans dale, h a d ac c e s s t o e d uca t ion, la ngua ge courses , and sk ills training that w ou ld s u p p o r t t hem in securing d ecent employment. Las tly, I developed a f inan c i al m o d e l in E x cel p roject ing c apital and budget expenditures f or t h e 2 0 - y e ar p e r iod t ha t would b e neces sar y to f ully implement the 2035 P la n f o r Lan s d ale t ha t our t ea m p rop osed.

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

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   

         68   

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

 LAN SDALE R EIMAG IN ED : 20 35   

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

F or t h i s p l an , I prep a red a n a na ly sis o f the f inancial costs and benef its t o r es i d e n t i al , c ommercia l, a nd ind ustrial users in Lansdale in a s c e n ari o w h e re energy commod it ies, s uch as gas oline, natural gas , a nd e l e c t ri c i t y, ha d b et ween 25 % -1 20% higher prices than current on e s . B as e d o n m y find ings, I m a d e recommendations how the Borough c ou ld o ffs e t i n c r ea sed energy cost s by investing in green inf ras tructure pr oje c t s ( s u c h a s imp rov ed housing in s ulation) and building a network of co m p l e t e s t reet s ( d esigned t o a cco mmodate all commuters, whether t h e y w al k , b i k e , d riv e, or t a ke t he b us ).

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LANSDALE REIMAGINED

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Wor ke r-Re cov e r e d C oope r ati v e s : a M ode l D e si g n e d t o P r o v i d e a n d S u st a i n D e c e n t J o b s (o r i g i n a l i n S p a n i sh )

A r ge n t i n e b l u e - colla r workers ha v e d e monstrated that they can turn bank rupt f ac to r i e s i n to vi ab l e c o o p e r ati ve e n te r p r i se s, e v e n i n t h e m i d s t of a sev ere economic crisis. The success of the “recovered ente r p r i se s” wi l l d e p e n d o n th e ab i l i ty o f th e w or ke r s t o f o r m d eep er econom ic a nd political associations, develop stronger f in an c i al i n sti tu ti o n s th at f u n d c o o p e r ati ve s, a nd m an ag e t h e t ra nsit ion of ea ch wo rk er ’s minds et f rom being an employee to b e c o mi n g a wo r k e r- o wn e r.

D u r i n g A r g e n ti n a’s d e e p e st e c o n o m i c , p o l i t i c a l a n d s o c i a l c r i s i s t h a t c u l m i n a t e d w i t h t h e c o u n t r y ’s d e fa u l t i n 2 0 0 1 , a b o u t 20,000 l ai d - o f f wo r k e r s tu r n e d b a n k r u p t fa c t o r i e s i n t o v i a b l e c o o p e r a t i v e fa c t o r i e s t h a t p r o v i d e l i v e l i h o o d t o t h o u s a n d s o f f ami l i e s. T h e r e c o ve r e d wo r k e r c o o p e r a t i v e s i n Ar g e n t i n a h a v e d e m o n s t r a t e d t h a t t u r n i n g b a n k r u p t fa c t o r i e s i n t o p r o fi t a b l e wo r k e r c o o p e r ati ve s i s o n e vi ab l e m o d e l t h a t o t h e r c o u n t r i e s c a n p u r s u e t o p r e s e r v e e x i s t i n g a n d c r e a t e n e w j o b s i n t i m e s o f e c o n o mi c d o wn tu r n .

Re c e i v e d t h e P hi B et a K a p p a Awa rd for demonstrating “cons picuous achievemen t” i n wr i ti n g th e h o n o r s th e si s

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Buc k n ell U n iver sity, E co n o m i c s De p a rt m e n t Inde pen den t R esearch P ro j e c t | Wo rd Co u n t : 1 0 , 8 9 3

Presented paper at Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy held at University of Maryland, Baltimore County on July 8-10, 2011

Le wis b u rg , PA, U S A Ju n 2 0 1 1 - Aug 2 0 1 1

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U n iv e rs it y o f Bu e no s Aires, School of Social Sciences Ind e p e nd e n t Re s e a rch Project | Word Count: 5,276

Buenos Aires, Argentina Jul 2010 - Dec 2010

Ex p lor i ng Wo r k er C o o p er ative Mo d els fo r Sustainable Local Dev elopment in the U.S.

T h e For e i gn Pol i cy of th e Admi n i s tr ati on o f P r e si d e n t N é st o r K i r c h n e r (2 0 0 3 - 2 0 0 7 ) (P u b l i sh e d i n S p a n i sh )

The Mondragon cooperatives (co-ops) in Spain can teach the U.S. co-ops how to successfully invest in workforce development, create financial institutions that support co-op start-up and growth, and promote community well-being through corporate social responsibility. The U.S. co-ops can follow the example of Argentine co-ops and form stronger political and economic associations that lobby for the adoption of consolidated cooperative legislation at the federal level.

T h e f o r e i g n p o l i c y o f th e p r e si d e n c y o f Né s t o r K i r c h n e r ( 2 0 0 3 -2 0 0 7 ) c o n t r i b u t e d i n t h e r e d u c t i o n o f t h e p o v e r t y a n d t h e u n e mp l o yme n t r ate s i n A r g e n ti n a t h r o u g h t h e s t i m u l a t i o n o f e x p o r t s a n d t h e s t r e n g t h e n i n g o f t h e fi n a n c i a l i n d e p e n d e n c e o f th e c o u n tr y f r o m mu l ti l ate r al o r g a n i z a t i o n s s u c h a s t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l M o n e t a r y F u n d ( I M F ) . T h e n a t i o n a l fo r e i g n p o l i c y r e vo l ve d ar o u n d th e i n te n si f i c ati o n o f e c o n o m i c a n d p o l i t i c a l t i e s , e s p e c i a l l y w i t h r e g i o n a l p a r t n e r c o u n t r i e s , s u c h a s Br a z i l , an d r e g i o n al o r g an i zati o n s, su c h a s M E RC O SU R.

P r e s e n t e d p ap e r a t K a lma n S y mp osiu m held at Buck nell University on March 29, 2012 11

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CONTACT Stefan Ivanovski stefan.ivanovski@alumni.upenn.edu www.linkedin.com/in/stefanivanovski

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Urban Planning Portfolio  

This portfolio highlights some of the major projects I worked on during my studies in the United States.

Urban Planning Portfolio  

This portfolio highlights some of the major projects I worked on during my studies in the United States.

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