Ekaterina’s keen interest in urban planning and design stems from the potential to have a positive powerful effect on both human wellbeing and the health of our planet. At Happy City, Ekaterina uses her diverse skillset, which includes research, graphic and web design, GIS analysis and workshop facilitation. She graduated with Honours in the Environment and Resources Studies (BES) from the University of Waterloo. Her studies culminated with a thesis on social and environmental programming in provincial parks, later submitted to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Her personal projects include interactive web mapping, community cycling and mapping events, as well as workshop design and facilitation for the Vancouver School Board Sustainability Conference.
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