Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Neighbourlytics
Lucinda is an urban designer, social entrepreneur and co-founder of Neighbourlytics, a social analytics platform for neighbourhoods, pioneering the use of social data in cities. Named as one of Melbourne’s Top 100 most influential people (The Age), Lucinda is redefining how we measure city performance with data-driven metrics to understand the social life of places.
With over a decade of experience in urban innovation, Lucinda was previously co-founder and CEO of leading placemaking consultancy CoDesign Studio, where she spearheaded The Neighbourhood Project, Australia’s largest community-led placemaking program. Her career includes positions with UN-Habitat, advising the Victorian Planning Minister for Fishermans Bend (Australia’s largest urban renewal precinct), and being appointed an Adjunct Senior Fellow at The University of Melbourne. Lucinda was recently awarded a Westpac Social Change Fellowship and Myer Innovation Fellowship to establish a data-driven social impact measurement tool for cities.