Jane-Frances Kelly and Peter Mares
The rise of the knowledge-intensive economy is reshaping our cities and leaving too many residents living too far from jobs. Increasing housing in existing urban areas and improving transport systems will increase opportunity and national prosperity.
Cities Program DirectorJane-Frances Kelly
Jane-Frances spent three years in the British Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit. She has led strategy work for the UK, Queensland, Victorian and Commonwealth governments. She has also worked for the University of Melbourne’s Vice-Chancellor, the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police and Noel Pearson at the Cape York Institute.
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