Kaitlyn Stringer graduated from the University of Canterbury in 2018 with a Masters in Urban Resilience & Renewal and a Bachelor of Arts, specialising in human geography. She is currently working in the Property Group's Urban Regeneration Team, which delivers strategic planning, design, and policy advice through to the delivery of catalyst urban development projects. Before that, she worked as a Policy Advisor in the Ministry of Transport's Placemaking and Urban Development Team.
Kaitlyn is passionate about transports critical role in regenerating and revitalising our urban environments. She is a strong advocate for improving equity and environmental outcomes through better transport decision making and hopes that she can encourage this through her inclusion on Te Waka Rangatahi Committee.