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Bachelor of Political Economic and Social Sciences, Master of Urban and Regional Planning

Tina works to create healthier, more equitable and sustainable communities and is interested in new technologies, social and economic theories and studying human behaviour.

Tina is a strategic planner with expertise in stakeholder engagement and community consultation. A Planning Institute of Australia Young Planners Committee member, Tina is keen to use cutting edge methods and technologies to improve the planning process and create a better future for our community.

Tina's project experience is wide-ranging, but she is particularly interested in projects that involve socioeconomic analysis, policy analysis, case study research, spatial analysis and community engagement. She is also passionate about integrating the principles of social justice and Sustainable Development Goals into her projects.

While studying a master of urban design and planning at the University of Sydney, Tina was awarded the Norman Townsend Prize in Urban and Regional Planning for the most outstanding Planning Report. When not working, Tina enjoys travelling the world and watching how people interact in the urban environment.