Janelle Lee

Janelle joined the Pembina Institute in October 2018 as an analyst with the Transportation and Urban Solutions team in Toronto. She is currently completing her Master of Environmental Studies in planning at the University of Waterloo. Her thesis research focuses on measuring accessibility to key non-work destinations in the City of Toronto and comparing accessibility between transit, auto, and pedestrian modes of travel.

Prior to joining the Institute, Janelle completed the Rob MacIsaac Fellowship with Metrolinx, the regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. She also has international experience working with the World Bank’s transportation team in Mexico City and with the Aga Khan University’s East Africa Institute in Nairobi, Kenya.

Outside of work, Janelle loves exploring Toronto by bike and rock climbing. Recently, she’s been dedicating her time to learning the trombone.

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