Mark Ginsberg is a partner of Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP, an architecture and urban design practice focusing on institutional, educational, commercial and residential projects. He has over 33 years of professional experience and manages C+GA’s planning, urban design and residential projects. His expertise in green and resilient design has been recognized through lecturing at State and National AIA conferences and related conventions. Mark is currently the President for the Citizen’s Housing & Planning Council, and co-wrote the Zoning Envelope Conundrum which led to Zoning for Quality and Affordability (ZQA) the largest change in the Zoning Resolution in 30 years. He participated as a member of the AIA National Housing Task Force from 1997-2000 and as a 2002 member of the National AIA Housing Committee. Mark works toward creating a more resilient built environment as: Co-chair of the Post Sandy Housing Task Force with AIA NY; and as Senior Advisor for Ready to Respond: Strategies for Multifamily Building Resilience by Enterprise Community Partners. He served on the 2008 Code Revisions Managing Committee and a member of the 2014 Code revision Administrative & Enforcement Advisory Committee. Mark recently completed a paper for the Manhattan Institute on alternative housing types: Small is Beautiful: Micro-Units Can Help Make NYC Housing Affordable.