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Alex Butler graduated from the Master of Planning program at Ryerson University in 2019. He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UBC with a background in transportation planning. Alex is interested in micro-transit, the intersection between land use and transportation, and transit development.
Alexander Furneaux graduated from the Master of Planning program at Ryerson University in 2019. He has a background in youth mentorship and capacity building and remains actively involved in creating space for children and youth to engage in conversations surrounding city-building. Alexander is interested in environmental planning, adaptive re-use projects, and the delivery of more inclusive, equitable, and creative public engagement opportunities.
Eva (Hong Yun) Shi recently completed her Master of Planning in Urban Development degree at Ryerson University. During her undergraduate studies in Urban Studies and Criminology & Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto, Eva interned with the City of Toronto's automated vehicles team. Through this internship, she became interested in new mobility and technology and the opportunities and consequences that they bring along.
Jessica Brodeur recently graduated from the Masters of Urban Planning program at Ryerson University. Her background is in communications and project coordination in the public and private sectors. Her interests are urban energy planning and policy, local climate action, fostering sustainable urban lifestyles, and planning adaptable, resilient cities.
Ray Huang graduated from the Master of Planning program at Ryerson University, and has a background in Environmental Science. She has experience working with two municipal governments in culture and planning, and currently holds a research position with the federal government. Ray frequently volunteers her time to educate and empower youth on environmental and urban planning related issues. Ray is passionate about community building, environmental and resiliency planning, housing, adaptive reuse, distributive justice and integrated planning.
Trevor McPherson graduated from the Master of Planning program at Ryerson University in 2019. His previous education focused on politics and public policy, and this influenced his current interests of transit-oriented development, smart growth, and resiliency in secondary Canadian cities like Ottawa, Calgary, and Edmonton. He currently works at the Centre for Urban Research & Land Development.
Vickey Simovic graduated from the Master of Planning program at Ryerson University in 2019. She has a background in Public Administration, and worked as an FOI Coordinator for the TTC and Metrolinx. Vickey is interested in equitable transit-oriented development, affordable housing, smart city technology and urban resiliency planning.