Bec Mouy is an experienced urban policy and strategy practitioner committed to making cities more vibrant, inclusive and healthy. She currently leads the NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment’s street and centres revitalisation work, focusing on the role of placemaking in economic recovery. Bec brings experience from advocacy, consulting and politics, having led the publication of the Sydney Culture Essays at the Committee for Sydney and advised the Hon. Rob Stokes, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, on the development of the new public spaces portfolio. Bec is an urban planner and lawyer, with a Master of Urban and Regional Planning (Sydney University), a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts (University of Melbourne).