Mariane Jang is an Associate Director, in the Solutions Development and Innovation team, leading the organization’s work in resilient mobility. She most recently led workshops on resilient transit-oriented development in Thessaloniki, and scaling e-mobility infrastructure in cities. She has broad international experience in urban planning and design, policy research and implementation.
She previously led research on transport, land use planning, and real estate development at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, where she co-authored a set of metrics for benchmarking transit-oriented developments that was endorsed by UN-Habitat. She has also worked for global design and engineering consultancy Arup, LSE Cities at the London School of Economics, and as a Fellow for the Mayor’s Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge, and a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics. She sits on the board of Outer Seed Shadow, a non-profit that creates and supports public spaces in the city in underserved communities.