Emily Hansen is a community planner, designer and researcher. She joined the 10C team as SDG Cities lead in Guelph, supporting exploring local activation of the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) alongside collaborators in London. Hansen has a master’s degree in community and regional planning from the University of British Columbia and has worked on community-engaged research and planning projects with a focus on food systems, local policy and collaborative governance. Hansen grew up on a small farm outside Guelph, where she cultivated a deep passion for land, food and community.
SDG Cities is a community-driven project that is being designed and delivered for Guelph and London by 10C Shared Space and the Pillar Nonprofit Network. SDG Cities is funded by the federal government’s Sustainable Development Goals Funding Program.