Teresa Bosch De Celis
Teresa serves UBRI in various capacities related to urban design and geospatial analysis, public outreach and stakeholder engagement, and graphic design and communications. Joining UBRI in 2011, first as a Graduate Assistant and transitioning to full-time staff in 2013, Teresa has contributed to multiple projects namely One Region Forward, Buffalo Promise Neighborhood, Mobile Safety Net, and the Erie Cattaraugus Rail Trail using her skills and expertise in architecture, urban design, and environmental planning.
Prior to moving to Buffalo in 2010, the native of Spain worked at the architecture firm, LaCasaVacía, on the draft action landscape plan for the Mining District Linares-La Carolina, Jaén—an environmental remediation and redevelopment plan to transform a vast area of former industrial land; and on the creation of an Active Landscape Atlas initiated by research on the Industry Area Peñarroya. She fostered her GIS capabilities while employed at the City Planning Board of Seville contributing to Seville’s Comprehensive Plan. And participated in the Concerted Action Plan for the North Historical Centre in Seville both while employed at LaCasaVacía and at the City Planning Board of Seville.
Teresa is fluent in Spanish, English and Italian. She holds an Architecture Degree from the Higher Technical School of Architecture, University of Seville, and also studied at the University of Genoa, Italy. She has a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University at Buffalo where she received a Graduate Certificate of Specialization in Environmental & Land Use Planning.