Stephanie is the Program Coordinator for London CLT’s role in the Interreg project ‘Sustainable Housing for Inclusive and Cohesive Cities’. Stephanie ensures the London CLT program is running on track and according to the project’s ambitions to support the establishment of more successful Community Land Trusts (CLT) in cities across the North-West European (NWE) region.
Stephanie is passionate about strengthening local communities. Alongside her role with London CLT, Stephanie contributes to raising funds for Danish based Cycling Without Age, a non for profit organisation helping solve loneliness and isolation among elderly people by bringing younger volunteers from the community together with elderly residents. Prior to this Stephanie has worked as an urban planner for a company promoting and helping plan to make bicycles a key form of transport in cities, as an analyst creating business cases for different real estate investments in northern Europe including the Nordics and UK and as a consultant in a real estate company in Australia, where she originally hails from.
Stephanie graduated from a MSc in Urban Studies in 2017 from the University of Malmö, Sweden and is currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Stephanie brings international experience and understanding of the global problem of housing affordability in cities from living, working and studying across Denmark, Sweden, France and Australia.