In our first season of Shaping Cities, Ticco is partnering up with professional organizations that serve the people who design, build, and manage the cities and communities we live in. In Episode 1 of this season, we partnered up with the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU.) CNU is a 26-year-old organization for those who "believe that well-designed cities, towns, neighborhoods, and public places help create community."
Eliza Harris Juliano sat down with us to talk about her work as an urbanist as part of our collaboration with CNU. Until recently, Eliza was the Board Chair of CNU. She is a Principal at Canin Associates in Orlando, Florida, and continues to be a leader in CNU NextGen, a fellowship within CNU which highlights new ideas and new voices. Eliza holds a Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard. In addition to her roles with CNU and CANIN, she shares her experiences as a board member of Bike/Walk Central Florida. Through her work, Eliza aims to improve individual quality of life as well as environmental conditions, equity, and fiscal outcomes.
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