Costanza Tremante

Community Planning Fellow • 2021

University/College New York University


Costanza Tremante is an Urban Planning master’s candidate at Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University, concentrating on the international development planning. Costanza graduated from the University of Florida in 2020 with a Sustainability and the Built Environment and a minor in Urban & Regional Planning. As a graduate student, she is currently working with Paisaje Transversal, an urban planning office in Madrid, Spain that emphasizes community engagement and develops innovative and transformative urban projects. As a young immigrant herself, originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Costanza is interested in immigration policy in urban planning, focusing on how governmental policies support labor emigration with local development. In her past research, she has also focused on leveraging the effects of gentrification and rapid urban change for low-income communities.