Camilla Ween is a Harvard Loeb Fellow and a Built Environment Expert at the Design Council. She is an architect and urbanist. Camilla worked for Transport for London for 11 years advising on the integration of transport with land use development and policy. She is currently a director of Goldstein Ween Architects, working on urban planning and transportation projects world-wide for public and private sector clients.Read More
I am a project manager responsible for the delivery of transport planning and highway design inputs to planning applications, masterplans and feasibility studies. As I work in a private consultancy this involves liaising with clients, design teams and local authorities and, internally, coordinating the efforts of multi-disciplinary teams.Read More
At this stage in my career I’m usually either leading a team of architects and assistant architects and interfacing with other disciplines, or managing a multidisciplinary team to deliver transport related projects. I also occasionally help on bids relevant to my skills and/or experience.Read More
I’m the owner of a boutique consultancy specialising in stakeholder engagement, policy, public affairs and gender diversity for the transport and infrastructure sectors.
We’re currently involved in stakeholder engagement for a range of large, and small, transport infrastructure schemes, as well as research and campaigns for non-profits in the sector. We also advise transport companies on how to achieve a more gender-balanced team.
We’re a start-up, so my job involves anything and everything, from working in the business to developing it.Read More
I’m on the Project Management graduate scheme at Transport for London. The scheme consists of four 6 month rotations in different areas of the organisation – placements undertaken to date include: Integrated Stations Programme (London Underground), Building Surveying (Commercial Development) and Crossrail 2.Read More
I started my professional journey at KPMG in Canada over 10 years ago and moved to the UK on what I thought would be a two-year audit secondment. Nearly eight years later I’m still here and I’ve developed a passion for London and a passion for transport!Read More
It is no secret that the transport industry faces many challenges and one of them is changing people’s perceptions of what we are and what we do. Engineering also faces the same challenge. There has been a notable movement in an attempt to increase the number of women in the industry. But, says Katie Abraham, if we want to see young girls become passionate about transport and engineering, do we need to address the misunderstood preconception?Read More
We ask our Vice President, Sonya Veerasamy, some questions. Get to know her more by reading the insight!Read More
We ask our board member Neil Pepper some questions. Get to know him more by reading the insight!Read More
Diversity is good for business. EW Group launched their Inclusive Culture Pledge this month which will provide free support in 2018 to pledging companies who are committed to progressing their diversity and inclusion agenda. In this guest blog, Rachael Wilson, MD of EW Group shares five businesses that are communicating their diversity imperative in a way which is clear and relevant to the business, gaining buy-in from people at all levels.Read More
Audrey Ezekwesili is a member of Women in Transport, a registered change management practitioner and founder of Facilitate4Me Ltd. In this guest blog, Audrey discusses how women should proactively seek, embrace, and empower supportive men as allies to support their professional development.Read More