Urbanist and researcher. Her work focuses on cities of exasperated insecurities, spacio-politics of and resistance to (neo)colonialism, and facing uncertainties through dynamic people-based strategies for spatial design. She is a postdoctoral researcher and coordinator at K LAB, TU-Berlin, working at the intersection of critical mapping, socio-environmental transformation, and new municipalist movements. A recent co-authored publication is the mapping change logbook. She is co-founder and -director of UR°BANA, an interdisciplinary research and design studio in which she is City Research Team Lead for Ramallah in the multisite comparative research project “Urbanization, Gender and the Global South: A transformative knowledge network” (GenUrb). She has served as a consultant for actors in development fields, was a visiting lecturer at several universities, and served as a professor of urban planning (Acting Chair) at Dessau Institute of Architecture (DIA).