Jay Pitter is an author and placemaker whose practice mitigates growing divides in urban centres. She spearheads institutional city-building projects rooted in neighbourhood knowledge, focused on: cultural heritage interpretive planning, gender-based public realm mapping, housing justice, inclusive public engagement, safe streets and healing fraught sites.
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