Camilla Ween is an architect and urbanist working at the intersection of transportation and the urban design. Camilla works on city growth, the integration of public transport and the creation of humane urban cities that are socially equitable and environmentally friendly. She seeks opportunities that arise as a consequence of interventions to overcome barriers and widen social benefits. She works in Africa, Central and South America and Asia; recently for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Future Cities Programme in Malaysia.
She is a Harvard University Loeb Fellow, member of the RIBA, Chartered institution of Highways and Transportation and the Academy of Urbanism. She is a Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert, a member of Ebbsfleet Design Forum and Committee Member of the United Nations Urban Economy Forum. In the past Camilla worked for Transport for London, advising the London mayors on the integration of land use development and transport.
She has written several books and articles on global sustainability and how society is impacting the environment, identifying good sustainable practice. Her book Future Cities looks at challenges and solutions for future megacities. She has also written about development in South America, co-authoring Real Estate and Development in South America and is currently writing the companion volume on Central America and the Caribbean. She regularly contributes articles on transport and urbanism.
She is a regular lecturer at international universities and conferences, Chair of Spacelink Learning Foundation and Past President of Women in Transport.