Rebecca Flynn is a Policy Officer at LSE Cities. She is currently the project coordinator for the Council on Urban Initiatives, a partnership between LSE Cities, UN-Habitat, and the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at UCL.
Rebecca has coordinated a number of multi-disciplinary research projects around multilevel governance, climate transitions and urban transport, working in collaboration with various multilateral organisations and international city networks. She has contributed to policy briefs on subnational finance, multilevel coordination and emergency governance as part of the Emergency Governance Initiative for Cities and Regions, and to a report on Urban Accessibility for the Coalition of Urban Transitions.
Rebecca holds an MSc in International Public and Social Policy from the LSE, and a BA in Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology from Trinity College Dublin.