Nazli Parvizi is a multi-talented leader with an extensive background in community engagement, resiliency planning, and non-profit management. Parvizi has served in various prestigious positions, including President of the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD).
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology from Barnard College, where she learned to hone her skills of cultural analysis and understanding. Additionally, she studied The Aspen Leadership Seminar at The Aspen Institute, which helped her develop her impactful leadership style.
In her professional career, Parvizi has held a variety of roles, including Consultant at NazParv Consulting, Community and Partner Engagement at Bloomberg2020, Freelance Producer at KQED, Senior Advisor at DalyGonzalez, Resiliency Solutions Team at CB&I, Director of Brooklyn Sandy Recovery Efforts at NYC Mayor's Office, Commissioner at NYC Mayor's Community Affairs Unit, and Executive Director at NYC Mayor's Volunteer Center.
Her extensive background in community engagement, leadership, and non-profit management sets her apart as an expert in her field. She is passionate about sustainability, social justice, and preserving cultural heritage.