San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Date + Time: 14th October 2013 6.30 p.m. start
- Introduction (Charlotte Morphet – Founder of Women in Planning)
- “A career Travel Plan” – How I got to TfL (Michèle Dix)
- What are the future objectives for TfL?
- Michèle Dix’s top 10 tips for Women in Planning
- Thank you and Questions chaired by Charlotte Morphet
Location: District Room (7th floor), Broadway House, London
Speaker: Michele Dix
About the event series
Women in Planning will be leading a campaign to promote women to be proud of working in the London Planning world. We will showcase the leaders in the profession in the Capital, with the aim of inspiring and guiding others in the profession, providing an opportunity to network with them.
About the speaker
Michèle Dix joined TfL in 2000 as director of Congestion Charging on a job-share basis with Malcolm Murray-Clark. She started her career at the GLC after her PhD and became a chartered civil engineer through their transport planning graduate scheme. Michèle later went on to work for Halcrow Fox where she became a board director. Michèle is responsible for leading TfL's strategic thinking on the future transport needs of London, testing and challenging solutions; providing clear direction on appropriate transport solutions for the future; coordinating the implementation of local plans and borough partnerships; and developing major scheme interchanges and initiatives. Michèle became MD of TfL Planning on 4 June 2007.
About Women in Planning
Women in Planning is an informal professional network of women working in the town and spatial planning profession in Central and Greater London. The network was started by Charlotte Morphet in 2012 with a Linked In group, which has grown to over 200 members.
The network welcomes all involved in the profession whether private, public sector, academics, third sector or students, whether a member of a professional institution or not, and regardless of your position at your job or how many years you have gained in the profession.
This event is kindly sponsored by KDH Associates and supported by Transport for London.
When & Where
Women in Planning
Women in Planning is a network for women working in town and spatial planning.