Emily Silverman

Program Manager

City and County of Denver

As Denver Smart City Program Manager, Emily Silverman is responsible for developing and deploying Denver Smart City. Her focus includes: developing a comprehensive program by building cross-functional teams; seaming connected, innovative IoT technology and partnerships to provide an interactive, efficient and safe environment in the physical world; and improving the everyday experience of living and being in Denver.

Prior to her position with Technology Services, Emily was a city planner in Public Works, focusing on improving access and mobility through studies, projects and programs within the right-of-way, from station area studies to multi-modal bridges and large-scale development. Emily began her work with the built environment as an Art Director with the Boys & Girls Club, focusing on healthy eating and active living as key elements of community building. Emily holds a BA degree in Comparative Arts from Washington University and a Master of Planning and a Master of Urban Design from the University of Colorado Denver.

Emily Silverman

Program Manager

City and County of Denver

As Denver Smart City Program Manager, Emily Silverman is responsible for developing and deploying Denver Smart City. Her focus includes: developing a comprehensive program by building cross-functional teams; seaming connected, innovative IoT technology and partnerships to provide an interactive, efficient and safe environment in the physical world; and improving the everyday experience of living and being in Denver.

Prior to her position with Technology Services, Emily was a city planner in Public Works, focusing on improving access and mobility through studies, projects and programs within the right-of-way, from station area studies to multi-modal bridges and large-scale development. Emily began her work with the built environment as an Art Director with the Boys & Girls Club, focusing on healthy eating and active living as key elements of community building. Emily holds a BA degree in Comparative Arts from Washington University and a Master of Planning and a Master of Urban Design from the University of Colorado Denver.