Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman is an urban anthropologist specializing in the research and analysis of human behavior in public space. She is the founder and director of THINK.urban, a Philadelphia based consulting firm working to create better cities through the lens of anthropology. As a "professional people-watcher" she can tell the story of a place - be it a street, park, or plaza - in order to better inform the built environment. In her free time she co-hosts Third Wave Urbanism, a podcast on the new normal of progressive, human-scale cities in our urban, globalized world. In much the same way third wave feminism brought about a sense of normalization, this podcast emphasizes a female perspective on moving through cities - and how it shouldn't be a strange experience for women or anyone else.