Kay is the founding director at Mapping Futures Ltd, a strategic planning consultancy specialising in spatial research to inform health-driven place strategies and supporting policy, rooted in the principles of human-centred and environmentally responsive design. Kay works on both small scale community-led projects as well as major regeneration schemes. Previously, Kay held the position of programme manager for the Olympic Delivery Authority for the duration of the regeneration scheme, and has worked in various capacities for NGO, local government and private practice. Kay recently delivered the 2017 & 2018 summer school programme with The Bartlett, Development Planning Unit at UCL on Constructing Healthy Urbanisms. She recently co-produced a year-long dialogue series on 'Feeling Good in Public Space' (for the EPSRC funded ARCC network programme) which brought to the fore research on urban design and its impact on the health and wellbeing of inhabitants. She recently co-authored 'The Multi-Sensory Experience in Buildings, in Clements-Croome, D., (Editor). Creating the Productive Workplace (2018)'.