Imogen is a transport and city planner working in London, UK.  Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she began her passion for planning at the University of British Columbia, where she obtained a BA First Class in Urban Geography.  She then worked for three years as an urban planner in both public and private sectors, focusing primarily on provincial land regeneration, mixed-use densification, and transit-oriented development.  Imogen’s passion to expand her professional knowledge then led her to University College London to complete an MSc Transport and City Planning, graduating with Distinction in 2015, and also winning the 2015 Voorhees-Large national award for her dissertation.  Imogen immediately began her current role with Transport for London as a Graduate Transport Planner, and is about to launch from the two-year scheme into a city planning role within the company.  Alongside her career, Imogen is heavily involved in volunteer roles including Communications Chair for the TfL Women’s Network and sitting on the ULI UK Infrastructure Council.  In both roles, Imogen continually promotes gender equality and encourages the development of the female pipeline into transport, planning, and infrastructure industries.