Amna Azeem

Amna, an Urban & Regional Planner, brings diverse experience from local to international forums. Passionate about human-centric, sustainable cities, her undergraduate research on Neuro-urbanism explored the impact of city living on well-being. Actively engaged on social media (@urbanistamna), she founded a magazine “Ignite”, organized global conscious cities events, and joined the Commonwealth Sustainable Cities Initiative. Internationally recognized, Amna represented Pakistan twice, featured in The Prince’s Foundation UK interview, BBC Travel, and contributed to the Quarantine Atlas by Bloomberg City Lab USA. She led the child-friendly cities agenda in London’s Urban 95 Residency recently.
At CITY, Amna’s research is focused on road safety and the walled city’s pedestrianization. Additionally, she manages social media and leads the Urban Dictionary initiative.

Research Assistant

  • Walkability Analysis of Shah Alam Market
  • Road Safety
  • Urban Dictionary
  • Social Media & Community Outreach