Solomane Sirleaf

  • Senior Urban Infrastructure Monitoring Engineer, NYC Office of Technology and Innovation

  • CUSP Network Partner


Solomane Sirleaf

Solomane Sirleaf is a Senior Urban Infrastructure Monitoring Engineer at the New York City Office of Technology and Innovation (NYC OTI). At NYC OTI, his team manages and monitors all of New York City’s urban resources through the use of technology and policy instruments.

In Solomane's previous role at NYC OTI, he worked as a Data Engineer. In this role, he served as the team technical lead for the deployment of New York City’s $5.4 million 311 Re-Architecture project. The 311 Re-Architecture project enabled the 311 Customer Call Center to deliver a more customer-centric, cost-effective, and efficient system to New York City’s 8.6 million residents.

Solomane holds a master’s degree in Applied Urban Science and Informatics from NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from the City University of New York’s Bernard M. Baruch College.

Throughout Solomane's academic journey and professional work, he has received numerous awards and recognitions: New York City Office of Technology and Innovation’s Education and Professional Achievement Certificate, NYU Center for Urban Science + Progress’s Academic Scholarship, and inducted member of the National Society of Leadership – Kingsborough Community College’s Chapter.

Currently, Solomane serves on the Board of Trustees for the Alexander Robertson School (ARS). ARS is the oldest private elementary school in New York State, which was founded in 1789.