Executive Committee 2019
Dr Jane Stanley
Dr Jane Stanley is qualified in architecture, town planning, social and economic research. She is an award winning planner with experience in Australia and overseas, and she is a past President of the International Division of the Planning Institute of Australia. Jane is author of the planning textbook “Gnarly Planning: some tools for local and global action” and she is currently working on a second version: “Gnarly Planning for a Wicked World”. At the World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur she launched an e-book on How to Build Local Economies. Her current work includes overseeing a national audit of the informal economy in Papua New Guinea, developing renewable energy options for farmers in Australia, and business planning for closed loop manufacturing in the dairy industry.
Mr Clinton Moore
Clinton is a leader for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and sustainable urban development. He was an inaugural SDSN Youth Local Pathways Fellow for Melbourne, with a focus on research and projects for SDG 11. Clinton joined EAROPH in 2018, after joining Australia's delegation to World Urban Forum 9 in Kuala Lumpur. He was a Team Leader of Sustainable City Solutions at the Young Professionals Forum at the Asia-Pacific Cities Summit in Korea in 2017, and has worked on climate resilience and urban planning projects for UN-Habitat Philippines. Clinton holds a Master of International Development from RMIT University, writing his thesis on the 100 Resilient Cities Programme and the changing thinking and governance of urban resilience. Clinton has extensive experience working with local governments in different contexts, including capacity building for mapping and data collection, urban planning and safety, youth engagement, and as liaison officer to Councillors.
Ms Alicia Yon
Mr Jaime Parsons
Jaime Parsons is an urban designer and strategic planner with extensive experience in large scale strategic and masterplanning projects, both in established areas and new communities. He also has considerable expertise in the conceptualisation and delivery of medium and higher density dwellings, shopping districts and public infrastructure. Jaime holds two degrees in Tourism and Marketing, and postgraduate qualifications in both Tourism Planning and Development and Urban Design. Having worked in the private and public sectors in Australia and the Solomon Islands, he has an understanding of how the urban development process can be influenced to achieve better urban design outcomes. Jaime has presented at several public events and conferences on topics ranging from waterfront development in the Solomon Islands to emerging urbanism in Spain. He has also authored several articles in urban planning publications and organised and led an urban planning and design tour of urbanism in post-GFC Spain. Jaime has lived in six countries and is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Ms Kerry McGovern
Mr Dennis Ingemann
Mr Anthony Kent
Anthony is a lecturer in sustainability and urban planning, and a social science researcher with the Centre for
Urban Research at RMIT University. Anthony has been a member of EAROPH Australia since 2015, EAROPH
(International) delegate since 2019, and was Secretary from 2016 to 2018. Anthony has teaching experience in the fields of urban management in Asia, environmental policy, urban and rural planning and public policy
in Indonesia, transport planning and urban economics. He previously was employed as a consultant for the Knowledge Sector Initiative, a Jakarta-based policy development unit, where he trained Indonesian academics in research and publications. He has also mentored Indonesian Masters students in the field of public policy at the School of Government and Public Policy, Jakarta. He is a long-standing board member of Urban Policy and Research and member of the Institute of Australian Geographers and more recently, the Planning Institute of Australia.
Ms Christina Ting
Christina Ting is a social scientist with a keen interest in working on projects that support and facilitate individuals and different sectors of society to enable them to realise the SDGs as part and parcel of their everyday activity and work. Her areas of expertise are education and research. She has taught Geography, Sociology of the Environment and Social Sciences in multi-cultural countries such as Singapore and Australia. As a community outreach officer, she educated communities on protecting waterways and water conservation. Christina is also a Climate Reality Leader who delivers talks to the public and organisations on the harmful effects of climate change and solutions at the grassroots level. Her research areas include her doctoral research at Swinburne University, Melbourne, which was to understand sustainable living that focused on the pre- and post-migration consumption behaviours of migrants from China and Australia-born residents living in Melbourne. Her postdoctoral work (also at Swinburne University) was on rural informal transport in Sarawak, Malaysia. She holds a double master degree in International Development and Environmental Analysis from Monash University, Melbourne, and Environmental Sciences and Policy from the Central European University, Budapest.
Mr Peter Cuming
Peter is the Founder and Managing Director of Sustainable Futures Australia, based in Byron Bay. Peter's work focuses on sustainability planning and education, eco-settlement design, futures visioning, key liaison facilitation and mediation, and project management. Peter has worked cooperatively with communities, industry, and governments in high level policy-making and corporate and strategic planning for over 30 years. He leads project teams working on local, regional, and national sustainability strategies, plans, and activities.
EAROPH International President
Ms Mia Davison
Mia is a human geographer and strategic planner with an Executive Master of Public Administration from the University of Melbourne and a Master of Social Science (Environment and Planning) from RMIT University. Her areas of expertise include sustainable development, urban and rural planning, and multilateral and multilevel governance. Mia has significant experience working for local, state and national governments, private consultancies, and other non-government groups, within Australia and the United Kingdom. Mia currently works as Manager of Places and Precincts at Victoria’s Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP). She is also a Member of the Programme Committee of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA). Mia is currently based in Melbourne, Australia, and serves as the current President of EAROPH International.
Australian Honorary Presidents
Hon. Candy Broad
Mr. K.C. Leong
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