Peter Carlino is an Adjunct Lecturer of Public Policy at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
He is a policy and budget analyst that has worked in the federal and New York City government in the areas of transportation, environment and criminal justice. His interests in policymaking center on the effect of government-agency autonomy on policy outcomes, including equity. Peter’s experience includes formulating and executing the Department of Justice’s General Administration budget, leveraging geospatial data sets to generate policy frameworks and recommendations at the New York City Department of Transportation, and most recently detailing to the Environmental Protection Agency as a Congressional liaison largely regarding implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Peter has also lectured American Politics, Congress, Urban Politics, and Public Policy at CUNY John Jay College and CUNY Baruch College.
Peter Carlino holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from The Graduate Center at the City University of New York, as well as Bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Political Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo.