Livia Mandoul (she/her)

Program Manager, Rewrite the Future

Prior to joining NRDC's Rewrite the Future team, Livia Mandoul worked at Lyn Winter, where she helped devise communications strategies and cultural programming for clients specializing in art, design, and architecture, including the first three editions of the site-specific contemporary art exhibition Desert X. Mandoul also coproduced a public discussion series about the art world and climate change titled “Art for Earth’s Sake” for the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA), which brought together artists, scholars, and activists.

Mandoul has a bachelor's degree in critical media and cultural studies from Rollins College as well as master's degree in art business from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art and the Drucker School of Management. She also has a certificate in sustainability from the University of California, Los Angeles. Mandoul is based in the Santa Monica, California, office.