Adam Kucharski is an urbanist, artist, and civic policy innovator working at the nexus of public space creation and civic institution building. Adam has been a leading voice for the role of strong civic institutions and uses data to advise on the creation of inclusive and resilient cities. Adam’s artistic and policy interventions in places such as Cairo, Jerusalem, Riyadh, and Sharjah have focused on policies and programmes that take into account citizens’ rights, equity, cultural production, and environmental justice. As an educator, Adam has lectured on public policy and arts activism and has developed unique pedagogies that deploy choreography and performance as tools for equitable urban planning. Adam is the founder of Kuchar&Co, a uniquely hybrid artist platform that mobilises collaboration with artists, scholars, and urbanists to inform and advise urban and social policy. Adam has degrees from the University of Chicago and MIT’s Sloan School of Management.