The Lindy Institute's Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman named to BBC 100 Women 2019
Cited for her leadership in founding Women Led Cities, the urban anthropologist traveled to London to deliver remarks
October 16, 2019
Congratulations to our own Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman for being selected as one of the BBC's 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2019!
Katrina is a project manager at the Lindy Institute and an urban anthropologist, working to make cities better places to live. The BBC recognized her because "She co-founded The Women Led Cities Initiative, which aims to bring women's voices to the forefront of urban planning and design." She presented at the BBC's London event and this honor was covered in The Philadelphia Citizen, Technical.ly and Generocity.