Lisa has over 25 years’ experience with a focus on delivering sustainable mobility through the design and implementation of travel behaviour change strategies and programmes that include education, incentives, and infrastructure interventions. She has advised the local, regional and central government in the UK, Australia and the USA, and private sector clients across a broad spectrum of behaviour change studies. She has a track record in successfully delivering sustained levels of a modal shift away from the car.
After holding several management roles for Steer in the UK, establishing a behaviour change unit, and subsequently leading the Planning Division in 2014, Lisa was asked to establish Steer’s Planning division in the United States. Six years later, Lisa returned to the UK to take up a position at Heathrow Airport to support the delivery of their ambitious commitments to sustainable transport as part of their expansion plans. At Heathrow, she led the Surface Access Strategy team who developed and implemented a strategy designed to increase the number of passengers travelling to the airport by public transport and reduce the number of airport workers driving alone.