Gustavo Quiroga is the Director of Neighborhood Planning & Development at Graffito, a real estate development and urban design firm in Boston.
Gustavo helps spearhead Graffito’s neighborhood-scale planning and strategy work with clients, leads Graffito's creative placemaking practice, fosters community and small business partnerships, and manages special development projects for clients.
Gustavo serves on the Board of Directors of the Boston Main Streets Foundation. ThisIn 2019 he was named to Mayor Marty Walsh’s Complete Count Committee, working to support the City of Boston’s efforts to ensure an equitable and complete count in the 2020 U.S. Census. Gustavo's past work includes a focus on urban economic development, community & political organizing, affordable housing, and launching social enterprises.
Gustavo has a BA in International Studies from The University of Wisconsin-
Madison and an MBA from Boston University. He and his wife live in Jamaica