Beth is an urban economist who specialises in economic modelling, forecasting, and spatial analysis.

Beth is passionate about improving social and economic outcomes for all. As an economist, Beth understands complex problems and uses data-driven models to develop real-world solutions for clients.

Before rejoining our team in 2017, Beth worked in Hong Kong as an economic consultant in a multi-disciplinary firm advising on urban development and infrastructure projects. In this role, she worked on projects across the Asia Pacific. Her expertise covers a range of major development projects, strategic planning for cities, economic impact assessments, cost-benefit analyses and feasibility studies.

Beth has also conducted research and contributed to academic papers presented at conferences across Australia. These papers cover topics such as agglomeration economies, housing affordability, urban planning for town centres, detailed demographic profiling, and public transport use.

On a personal note, Beth loves travelling and eating smashed avo for brunch.