Naomi Wittes Reichstein specializes in urban planning, research and advocacy relating to the public realm, open space and affordable housing. She holds a Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree from the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP). As a Greenest City Scholar, she designed a study at the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation on the use of Vancouver’s parks for outdoor environmental learning. As a Sustainability Scholar at UBC’s Centre for Community Engaged Learning, she designed an evaluation that supports the Centre in fostering community resilience. She is the Arbutus Greenway Project Lead at the Vancouver Public Space Network. With a background in publishing and communications, she has worked as Editor-in-Chief at Business in Vancouver (BIV) Magazines and as Editor at Raincoast Books.

Twelve Lessons from Housing First for Ending Homelessness

by Shannon Lambie and Naomi Wittes Reichstein On wrapping the five-year, $110-million At Home/Chez Soi landmark pilot project, the... Read More