Andrew Ronan is the Assistant Director of Community Partnerships and Programming for the New York City Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Public Space Unit. He oversees the OneNYC Plaza Equity Program, an agency initiative aimed at supporting high-quality public spaces in underserved neighborhoods. He also directs the Public Space Activations Program, providing high-need neighborhoods with programming that is open and accessible to New Yorkers of all ages and abilities.
Prior to joining DOT, he served as Chief of Staff to the Council Member for NYC’s 25th Council District representing the neighborhoods of Elmhurst and Jackson Heights, Queens. While there, Andrew was instrumental in the implementation of Diversity Plaza, one of the City’s most unique public spaces.