Networking Event: Cities Designed to Work for Women
Leading urban planners and architects will showcase some wise examples of policies and projects that help make urban spaces work for women and girls. Join us at the Dudoc Centre in Vancouver.
Time & Location
Oct 03, 2017, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Dudoc Centre, 1489 Frances St, Vancouver, BC V5L 1Z1, Canada
About The Event
Women Transforming Cities is part of an international network of women who are using an intersectional lens to improve city space for inequitably served communities, with a focus on women and girls. In partnership with World University Service Canada we are organizing an informational and networking event for those seeking to improve public spaces.
Leading urban planners and architects will showcase some wise examples of policies and projects that help make urban spaces work for women and girls.
Ann McAfee, FCIP, RPP, President of City Choices Consulting former Co-Director of Planning COV
Emilie Adin, MCIP, RPP, Director of Community Services City of North Vancouver
May So, Architect, Henriquez Partners Architects
Alexandra Kenyon, Architect HCMA Architecture + Design
Celene Fung, Facilitator, Board Member of Women Transforming Cities
Come and engage in an evening of sharing ideas and learning about innovative initiatives that make positive change in our communities.
Admission is free but we ask you to register in advance. Thank you.