2023 March Webinar: International Women’s Day

This webinar was held on Thursday 9 March 2023.

A recording of the webinar can be viewed HERE.

ITE-ANZ celebrated International Women’s Day by showcasing some incredible women in the Transport sector. These women told their stories of their careers so far and reflect on what the IWD theme #EmbraceEquity means to them.

  • Tiffany Robinson – Senior Active Modes Specialist for Auckland Transport

Tiffany Robinson is currently a Senior Active Modes Specialist for Auckland Transport managing the Regional Walking Programme. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Public Policy from Boston University and has over 17 years of planning experience in the public and private sector, primarily in transportation planning and community outreach here and in the U.S. She is also a Women in Urbanism Aotearoa Committee member with a passion for creating environments for women to move about safely and get home without incident.

  • Lisa Steinmetz – Senior Traffic Engineer at O’Brien Traffic in Melbourne

Lisa is a Senior Traffic Engineer at O’Brien Traffic, with over 20 years industry experience and a passion for road safety. She joined O’Brien Traffic in 2019 as a Senior Traffic Engineer after 17 years with the Australian Road Research Board. At O’Brien Traffic, Lisa contributes to a wide range of traffic and transport engineering activities for the private and public sector. She has extensive experience in local government traffic and road safety studies. Lisa is motivated by the aim of helping deliver safe road and street networks that also meet the mobility, amenity, accessibility, and environmental needs of the community. Lisa has a BE (Hons) in Civil Engineering from Monash University.

  • Harriet Glen – Programme Director at Auckland Transport

Harriet is a Programme Director at Auckland Transport where she is responsible for delivering some of Auckland’s largest (and coolest) capital programmes. She moved to New Zealand in 2021 from the UK after over a decade working at Transport for London in various roles across planning, operations and delivery. Harriet was Chair of Transport for London’s Women’s Network and has long been an advocate for gender equality in the transport industry.