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Lim Hui Ling is a multi-lingual urban planner and international cooperation consultant based in New York City. She was most recently a negotiator at the United Nations on urban sustainability issues. She has 10 years of experience spanning urban planning and design, place making and international cooperation, including at the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Singapore's national planning agency, where she was involved in the government land sales programme, public consultations, and planning policy and urban design guidelines review. She is currently working on a community-led rebuilding plan for a neighborhood in Brooklyn than was hit by Hurricane Sandy. She is also adjunct Senior Assistant Director at the Centre for Liveable Cities, a think-tank on liveable, compact cities, where she curated and implemented high-level peer-to-peer learning forums and capacity building programmes targeted at Ministers, municipal leaders and other top decision-makers and influencers in urban sustainability. She has worked on international projects with multi-stakeholders in cities across Europe, Latin America, China and in the USA. Lim Hui Ling has a Bachelor of European Studies from the National University of Singapore and the International Program Diploma from Sciences-Po, Paris, and is an Erasmus Mundus Scholar with a Double Masters in International Cooperation and Urban Development (Development Economics) from MESCI Tor Vergata, Rome, and TU Darmstadt.