She has more than 20 years experience in strategic transport planning, community and political engagement, on-street analysis and creative development and policy and project delivery with a focus on equitable and sustainable transport.
She has worked on several European projects to improve and promote walkability, delivered Walkability Masterclasses and Roadshows for local communities and contributed to international projects for World Health Organisation (WHO), UNFCCC Climate Talks, World Bank and the International Transport Forum (ITF).
Bronwen is the Chief Executive Officer of Walk21, specialising in Policy, Projects and Partnerships. She was also appointed Chair of the SLOCAT Partnership in 2019.
Jim specialises in developing national policy and quality standards to benefit pedestrians as well as managing national campaigns and sustainable transport, active health and accessible recreation projects.
His advice has helped 13 of the top 20 places to be independently accredited as the most liveable places in the world.
His current walking project portfolio is active in 83 countries.
Jim is the founder of Walk21 and supports the organisation’s network and activities.