Stephanie Yee-Kay Chan is an urban planner and organizer with experience in local governance and community participation, particularly within immigrant and BIPOC communities. As a Project Manager, she brings knowledge of facilitation, strategic research, and coalition-building.

Stephanie previously worked as an Urban Planner for the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, where her portfolio included a variety of planning, resiliency, and preservation projects centered on East Harlem, East Midtown, Lower East Side/Chinatown, SoHo/NoHo, and South Street Seaport. Prior, she worked at the Chinese-American Planning Council, Center for Urban Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience, SHoP Architects, and Center for an Urban Future.

Stephanie holds a M.S. in Urban Planning from Columbia University and a B.A. in Urban Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. She is a first generation immigrant from Hong Kong and lives in Brooklyn.