Dr. Miriam Fitzpatrick
Dr. Miriam Fitzpatrick is an Assistant Professor at UCD, a lecturer in Urban Design, and Director of the Masters in Landscape Architecture. She is Research Coordinator at the architecture firm Henry J Lyons.
She graduated in Architecture from UCD, holds a Masters from the LSE’s Cities Programme, and a Ph.D. from UCD. Previously she was Project Architect in a few cities including Toronto, London, Boston, and San Francisco.
In her spare time, she is a founding member of the All Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG), the UCD Centre for Irish Towns (CfIT), the Irish Cities 2070 Group (IC2070), and an emerging group working on Green Pearse Street.Ali Grehan, DIP. ARCH., MSc, F.R.I.A.I.
Ali Grehan has been the Dublin City Architect since 2008. In this role she leads a multi-disciplinary team responsible for developing a broad urban design agenda including delivery of projects in relation to housing, public realm, community and cultural infrastructure.
Her career has spanned private practice in Dublin, London and Bilbao, and in the Public Sector; where her particular focus has been on large-scale urban regeneration.
Prior to becoming City Architect, Ali worked with Ballymun Regeneration Ltd, Fingal County Council and with the RPA (now TII) delivering Dublin’s first LUAS Light Rail system. She has an MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and Society from Dublin City University.Emma Cullen, Senior Consultant, Arup
Emma is a Senior Consultant in the Arup Climate and Sustainability Services team. Emma has worked on sustainability strategy development, ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) reporting and managing sustainability projects for public and private sector clients in Europe, UK and US. She combines an in depth understanding of climate science and policy with analytical skills to develop evidence-based strategies and the case for action. Emma’s academic background includes a BSc in Microbiology from University College Dublin and she holds a Certificate in ESG investing from the CFA Institute.