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Tiffany Lam

Tiffany is a researcher on the "Transforming the Engineering of Cities: A Gender Perspective" project at CLI and UCL STEaPP.


Tiffany is also an MSc candidate at LSE Cities where she writing her dissertation on enhancing equity and inclusion in city cycling. Her research focuses on how transportation policy and infrastructure shape cycling behaviour. She is particularly interested in how greater consideration of axes of identity (gender, race, class, sexuality, etc.) in policy and infrastructure design, thinking, and process can optimise social justice outcomes in cities. Her work on the Engineering Cities: A Gender Lens is complementary to her dissertation and draws on her undergraduate background in Women’s Studies and prior work experience at a Civil Rights law firm in Washington, DC.



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