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Changing Spaces Presentation 2024

The Changing Spaces Presentation 2024 will be a special showcase virtual presentation by Lucinda Hartley focusing on trends and learnings in the design, function and usage of public spaces.

The Changing Spaces Presentation 2024 will be a special 1-hour virtual presentation by urban futurist Lucinda Hartley focusing on trends and learnings in the design, function and usage of public spaces.



 Lucinda Hartley is an award-winning urban designer, a cofounder of world-leading social analytics company Neighbourlytics, and a globally recognised expert in the future of work and living.

Named as one of Australia’s 100 Most Influential Women by the Australian Financial Review, Lucinda is an ‘urban futurist’ who will challenge the audience to think differently about what the future holds. She is a technology leader who offers inspiration and practical advice on navigating some of the biggest
questions of our time: what will the future of living and the future of work look like? and how can technology be a force for good in turbulent times?

As a co-founder of the social analytics company Neighbourlytics, Lucinda draws on the latest lifestyle data trends to provide actionable insights for creating workplaces that will attract the top global talent and communities where people are happier and healthier.

She also draws on a decade of experience pioneering innovative solutions to creating cities to provide the audience with practical examples of innovation and technology in action: from helping create the UN Sustainable Development Goals for cities (Goal 11) to advising Google on city-shaping projects in North
America to delivering more than 100 neighbourhood improvement projects across Australia through her social enterprise CoDesign Studio. of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Singularity University.

Lucinda’s passion for cities and neighbourhoods began in childhood, growing up in Kenya, Zimbabwe and a host of other countries where she saw first-hand how your postcode is as likely to affect your life expectancy as your genetic code. As a result, she does not separate work and personal life: first, we
shape our cities, and then they shape us.




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