Genevieve is a Director in AlphaBeta’s Singapore office. Her areas of expertise are the digital economy, skills development and urban strategy. She has worked with a range of public and private sector clients to develop insights for the implications of digital technologies for jobs and skills in the Asia Pacific region, and helped shape skills development strategy to improve economic opportunities in the digital age.
She is also passionate about the development of smart and sustainable urbanisation solutions. During her previous role as an urban planner in Singapore’s public sector, she was involved in the master planning and development of innovation districts. As part of this role, she was involved in strategizing urban policy reforms as well as pilots for smart and sustainable urban solutions such as autonomous vehicles, and played a key role in developing the economic positioning for the new districts in Singapore.
Genevieve holds an MPhil in Planning, Growth and Regeneration from Cambridge University, and a BSc in Economics and Geography with First-Class Honours from University College London.