Based in Mexico City
Miriam Monterrubio has a degree in Administration and a Master’s degree in metropolitan planning and policies, both from the Autonomous Metropolitan University. She also has a Diploma in territorial intelligence and courses on human centered design, urban experience studies, gentrification in the Latin American city, environmental sustainability for development and leaders in urban transport planning. She is the author of several articles in Latin American magazines on issues of non-motorized mobility, public transport, right to the city, gender, among others.
In 2018, she joined GIZ Mexico as Technical Advisor where she works in the C40 CFF and Euroclima+ programmes in the Urban Mobility Component with the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara for the improvement of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan and the development of a pilot project for the analysis of metropolitan travels.