is a founding partner of Minerva Partners, a non-profit consultancy group based in New York.
Calame is author of Divided Cities: Beirut, Belfast, Jerusalem, Mostar and Nicosia
, which is part of the University of Pennsylvania Press series on "The City in the 21st Century." He has been recipient of a Rome Prize and a Fulbright Fellowship. Before founding Minerva Partners, Calame served as partnerships manager for the World Monuments Fund, in New York, and worked in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, towards a comprehensive rehabilitation scheme for neighborhoods and individual monuments. Calame has lectured widely on post-conflict reconstruction, divided cities and iconoclasm.
jcalame [at] gmail.com