Tiffany Lam is an urban policy researcher with expertise in gender and sustainable mobility (particularly cycling). She has worked on a variety of research projects related to climate action in cities, affordable housing, technological innovations in transportation and inclusive infrastructure design/delivery. She holds an MSc in City Design & Social Science at the London School of Economics, where she wrote her dissertation on the gender gap and other inequalities in cycling in London.
Prior to moving to London, she worked as a Civil Rights and Employment paralegal in Washington, DC, where she worked on high profile class action lawsuits against corporations, like McDonald's and Wal-Mart, for sex discrimination and labour violations. She is happiest on two wheels in the sunshine.