Kristin Agnello, RPP, MCIP is the Vice President (Canada) of the Commonwealth Association of Planners and the Chair of the Commonwealth Women in Planning Network. She is a Registered Professional Planner with the Canadian Institute of Planners and a member of the National Association of Parliamentarians.
In 2017, Kristin represented the Commonwealth Association of Planners at the World Design Summit in Montreal. Here, she participated in deliberating and ratifying the Montreal Design Declaration, the world’s first interdisciplinary design declaration, which outlines a commitment from the world’s design organizations to leverage design for the betterment of living conditions for all, today and in the future.
A sought-after strategist, researcher, and lecturer, Kristin is the author of one book, entitled Zero to One Hundred: Planning for an Aging Population. This publication was awarded a gold medal for research by the Planning Institute of British Columbia. Kristin’s current research examines the impact of planning and design on gender equality, cultural expression, longevity, and vulnerable populations.