Faculty Bio: Elizabeth Marcello

Assistant Professor

Room #:
301 RH

(212) 396-7951

Urban governance, city-state relations, public authorities

Common Courses Taught

URBG 700: Introduction to Urban Policy Processes
URBG 702: Structure of the Urban Region


PhD in Urban Planning, Columbia University
Master of International Affairs, Columbia University


Elizabeth M. Marcello is a doctoral lecturer of urban policy and planning. Elizabeth is interested in public authorities, especially their role in city-state relations, regional governance, and urban economic development.

Prior to joining Hunter in a full time capacity, Elizabeth worked as a senior research analyst at the New York State government watchdog group, Reinvent Albany, where she advocated and lobbied for anti-corruption legislation, greater transparency of state economic development spending, and more accountable public authorities.

Elizabeth has been interviewed by New York media outlets including Gothamist, New York Focus, Politico, Spectrum News, and the Times Union.