Felicity is a trained urban planner with a background in housing affordability, sustainability, community engagement, and municipal politics. She has 4 years of work experience in the public, non-profit and philanthropic sectors, including leading the urban planning portfolio in a downtown City Councillor’s office, where she reviewed development applications, worked with diverse stakeholders, and co-led the Ontario Line working group. She was also a community planner with the Jane and Finch Community and Family Center, where she conducted extensive housing research and co-led a United Way funded project on Housing and Planning toolkits across three Toronto neighbourhoods. Felicity is passionate about planning as a civic process, and believes in creating resilient and equitable communities through evidence-based decision-making, research, and collaboration.
Felicity holds a Masters of Science in Planning from the University of Toronto and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Guelph. At UofT, Felicity conducted research on social housing revitalizations in North Toronto and co-led a project on introducing Inclusionary Zoning policy for the City of Toronto.