Daphne Lundi

Daphne Lundi (she/her) is an urban planner, policymaker, and artist. She is interested in demystifying systems and bureaucracy through popular education, youth engagement, and art. She is an inaugural Public Scholar at the Moynihan Center at City College where her work explores the intersections between science fiction and city planning. She is also the cofounder of Laudi CoLab, and a founding member of BlackSpace, a collective of Black urbanists that work to bridge the gaps between policy, people, and place to address inequality and injustice in the built environment. She also serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Octavia Project, a science-fiction summer program for teen girls and non-binary youth that uses the lens of science fiction to explore computer science, writing, and city making.