Paul Curcio

Leads Miralto in helping clients create civic value and delivery systems to improve urban environments.

Paul Curcio is an educator and consultant in urban systems and organizational strategy.  His professional pursuits focus on Universities, Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, and businesses oriented toward fostering urban environments, and delivering on their value propositions to customers and constituencies.

Paul is responsible for all Miralto engagements and team configurations.  He uses project chartering to deploy Miralto’s approach of design thinking and performance management to blend social, environmental and economic frameworks generating actionable plans.

In addition to Miralto, Paul is an adjunct lecturer at the University of California, San Diego in Urban Studies and Planning. He teaches students about urban systems, urban transportation and regional development addressing issues in urbanization, climate change, resiliency, technology, and income inequality.   He also teaches strategic leadership and results-centered governance at Universities worldwide for large national and state agencies and state-owned enterprises.  Audiences have included executives from California, Oregon, India, China, and Korea charged with change management initiatives.  Paul regularly contributes as a volunteer and advisor for civic entrepreneurship and urban design.

Mr. Curcio is the recipient of numerous local, state and national awards for leadership, innovation, and excellence in planning, public participation, and urban development.  He is a licensed architect in California and holds a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He earned his Master of Public Administration from the Kennedy School at Harvard University.
Strategic planning & visioning

Organizational change & development

Performance measurement & management

Urban design, transportation & land use

Strategic facility programming & planning

Economic development & public finance

Multi-party multi-issue negotiations

Public-private partnerships
John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
Master of Public Administration

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Master of Architecture