Tatjana spends much of her time thinking about social justice, urban environmental issues, and the intersection between the two. At ICTA, through the GREENLULUS project, Tatjana is exploring how various cities, communities, and projects measure social and environmental well-being and in particular how they assess the effects of their sustainable development interventions on social equity. Tatjana is interested in how people construct or reconstruct their lives in the face of change and inequality in their neighbourhoods and communities. She has recently worked as a Mayoral Fellow on urban education and small business policy in the City of Chicago Mayor’s Office and before that spent time with a social impact investment startup bringing capital to small and medium sized agricultural businesses in Ghana. Her home base is Montreal, where she studied and worked on university campus energy savings and renovation projects. Tatjana has spent most of her life in Canada, but was born in the Former Yugoslavia. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Bioresource Engineering from McGill University and a Master in City Planning degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.