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 her 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. Prior to joining Urban Strategies, Emory was the Public Engagement Lead in the Northeast False Creek Area Plan Project Office at the City of Vancouver where she was responsible for engagement and cultural policy development. She developed engagement programs for City’s Sustainability and Cultural Services departments. Emory previously managed large-scale engagement programs for the City of Calgary’s New Central Library development and the City of North Vancouver’s Official Community Plan Update.