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