Dr Hayley Henderson is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Infrastructure in Society (I2S), based at the Crawford School of Public Policy. She researches how urban policies and infrastructure programs are developed and implemented with a focus on social value, including through collaborative forms of urban governance that involve diverse stakeholders, multiple jurisdictions, and levels of government. She studies urban revitalisation, urban river catchment planning, and other types of major projects in cities. Dr Henderson is an engaged researcher who works with partners, predominantly in the public sector or multilateral agencies, to design research with a strong emphasis on research-practice integration and implementation. She has taught into planning and public policy programs in Melbourne and Buenos Aires over the last decade, including subjects relating to social planning, urban planning theory, practice and governance. In her role at ANU, Hayley is the convenor of Public Policy in Cities (POGO8132), offered to students of the Master of Public Policy and Master of Public Administration.