Heather Allan

Heather Allen



Heather is an expert in low carbon transport, sustainable development, gender and climate change with 25 years experience as an independent consultant.  She is also a board member of Walk21 Europe.

Her client list includes the FIA Foundation, European Commission, Asian Development Bank and Sustainable Low Carbon Transport partnership. She was previously Programme Director for Sustainable Transport with the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory which included developing the international Low Carbon Transport and Climate training module.

James Littlewood



James is an environmental charity expert with 20 years of experience working with local government and NGOs to develop and deliver environment, regeneration and recreation projects.

 He is the Chief Executive for the charity ‘Cambridge Past, Present & Future’ and was part of the team in 2000 that organised the first Walk21 conference in London.

Kristie Daniel



Kristie is a public health professional and livable cities expert with extensive experience in managing international programs in active transport, land-use planning and health and park development.

She is the Director of the Liveable Cities programme at HealthBridge, based in Canada and is currently supporting projects in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam as well as in Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, and Nigeria.

Salvador Herrera



Salvador is an expert in urban planning and mobility.He is a professional consultant with Urbanistica and a professor of urban planning at the Faculty of Architecture at the National University of Mexico.

He has extensive policy experience supporting the integration of safety, housing, public space and community life in cities across Mexico, Latin America, India and Turkey.

Celia Wade-Brown



Celia is a Green MP in the New Zealand Parliament. She was Mayor of Wellington from 2010 to 2016 during which time she led a vision for a smart green capital, winning the International Award for Liveable Communities and the Most Liveable City Award.

She founded WalkWellington in 1998 and then Living Streets Aotearoa as a national walking advocacy organisation, and was inaugural President until 2009. Her achievements include supporting the first New Zealand Walking and Cycling Strategy; improving access to Wellington’s coast; initiating the Great Harbour Way; introducing walking school buses; upgrading quirky laneways; installing signage for pedestrian shortcuts; initiating the world-first trans-gender traffic lights; reducing speed limits in suburban centres; resisting a flyover; and supporting bus lanes.