Jodi Allemeier

About Jodi Allemeier

Jodi Allemeier is a collaborative urbanist who wants to live in a city where all people are free.

Previously, as Programme Manager for the Cape Town Partnership, she worked towards delivering on the Cape Town Partnerships ambitious mandate through a coherent, collaborative research and project facilitation team. She is also a recovering economist, former social worker and active citizen: participating in the likes of Food Not Bombs Cape Town, Open Streets Cape Town and Re-Imagine Cape Town. Her work has been spotlighted on Future Cape Town’s Assembly Radio Show, Design-Can-Do Cape Town short documentary and in the publications of the Cape Town Partnership.

When she’s not bringing people together to reframe challenges and find collective solutions, you can find her hanging out in collaborative work spaces, coffee-come-book shops or climbing up the mountain.

Find out more about embedding resilience in Cape Town communities through collaboration at @urbanjodi.

Recent Posts

Urban Development Zone 2020: Inclusive urban regeneration?
27 May 2014

At the Cape Town Partnership we are working collaboratively to create a city where residents, visitors, innovators and investors feel welcome and have a sense of belonging. The nature of this work means that we often encounter highly polarised debates.

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Living democracy. Transforming life.
Jodi Allemeier
6 February 2014

How do cities make people, and how do people make change? Cape Town Partnership programme manager Jodi Allemeier explores some ways to become a more active citizen in the February 2014 editorial of Molo.

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