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Emory Davidge

Senior Associate, Urban Planner, Engagement Practice Lead
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Emory is an accomplished urban planner and public engagement professional whose work explores the intersection of policy, engagement, and equity in the planning process. In their 10+ years of experience, Emory has managed, designed and delivered dozens of innovative planning, engagement and communications programs for municipalities, libraries, non-profits, and regional governments across Canada. In their many roles, Emory has become adept at managing high-volumes of technically and politically complex work, providing strategic engagement advice across departments and disciplines. Emory is currently leading engagement processes for several large-scale master planning and regional growth projects in BC and Alberta, including the Jericho/ʔəy̓alməxw/Iy̓álmexw Comprehensive Development Plan and the BC Housing Kingsway and Edmonds Redevelopment in BC’s Lower Mainland. Prior to joining Urban Strategies, Emory was the Public Engagement Lead in the American Planning Association award winning Northeast False Creek Area Plan Project Office at the City of Vancouver – where they led public and stakeholder engagement and cultural policy development.

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