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Emerging Green Builder Mentor Mixer

Join us for the opportunity to meet and interact with some of Toronto’s foremost leaders in the green building industry. Leaders in green construction, architecture, consulting and more will come out to meet with industry up-and-comers to share their stories and advice for career development. Participants will be placed into small groups and have the opportunity to sit down with each of the leaders. A drink and hors d'oeuvres will be included.
 
AGENDA 
 
6:30 - 6:45 Registration
6:45 - 7:00 Industry Leader Introductions
7:00 - 8:30 Mentor Mixing
8:30 - 9:00 Networking
 
MENTORS

Hazel Farley, Regional Director, Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council
Industry Segment: Non-Profit

Hazel Farley is the Regional Director for the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council.  She has worked in the not for profit sector for over 13 years both in charitable and industry associations.
In her previous role at Green Roofs for Healthy Cities she was part of the senior management team that shaped the fledgling organization to be a viable North American wide industry association headquartered in Toronto. A critical part of Hazel’s role included the development of the Accredited Green Roof Professional designation, launched in 2010.
Hazel’s interest in industry association management led her to study for and achieve her Certified Association Executive designation in 2012.

Eddie Camilleri, National Energy and Sustainability Program Manager, Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions
Industry Segment: Property Management

Eddie Camilleri is a Certified Engineering Technologist, Certificated Energy Manager, LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction, with 19 years in the energy field.  Currently, Eddie is the National Energy and Sustainability Program Manager for Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions that offers energy and sustainability solutions to multiple real estate clients with a variety of facility types.

Dan Stone, Senior Associate, Planscape

Industry Segment: Land Use Planning

Dan Stone is a Senior Associate with Planscape Inc. providing consulting services for both municipal and private sector clients.  Mr. Stone is a registered professional planner with more than 25 years of experience in the Municipal sector with the Region of Halton, Town of Georgina, Township of King and the Town of East Gwillimbury with both Official Plan policy as well as development review / land use approvals. Dan's professional background also includes experience with the Niagara Escarpment Commission, the Waterfront Toronto Revitalization Corporation and the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority. Dan is a recognized leader in sustainable community design and offers extensive experience in sustainable development policy & municipal energy planning. In addition, Dan has a strong background in the area of municipal economic development including Downtown Revitalization, Community Improvement Plans and investment attraction strategies. 

Jeanne Medland, Director, Sustainability, KingSett Capital
Industry Segment: End User
 
Jeanne is the Director of Sustainability at KingSett Capital and is responsible for the sustainability initiatives and green building activities across the commercial real estate portfolio.  Jeanne has over 12 years’ experience in the sustainability and environmental field including corporate sustainable policy and strategy, sustainability standards and certifications (LEED, BOMA BESt, BREEAM) and Green Building Design.  Formerly the Sustainability and Environmental Manager for a Master Planner Developer in Dubai, Jeanne was leading sustainable design on projects internationally. Jeanne holds a BSc in Environmental Science from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Masters of Environmental Science from the Australian National University. Jeanne has been a LEED AP since 2008.
 
Subhi Alsayed

, Innovation Manager, Tridel

Industry Segment: Construction

As the Innovation Manager at Tridel, Subhi directs the strategic implementation of emerging new technologies and practices in high-rise buildings and oversees the decision making process in major building systems such as Net Zero homes, loT Connected Buildings, ad DC Micro-grids. As the Projects Director at Towerlabs, a non-profit founded by Tridel and MaRS, Subhi works closely with technology startups in developing their business model go-to-market strategy, and in creating commercialization channels in real-estate markets. Subhi is a MBA grad from Ivey Business School, Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Energy manager. 

Chris Phillips, President, Greening Homes
Industry Segment: Entrepreneur

Chris holds a Master’s Degree in Building Science from Ryerson University, in Toronto, and is a graduate of the Sustainable Design and Build program at Fleming College. Chris is also a LEED® Accredited Professional. Realizing the need to make a difference in an often incredibly wasteful and unhealthy industry, Chris formed Greening Homes Ltd. in 2007.
Chris is a sought-after lecturer who speaks regularly on a variety of green building-related topics at the University of Toronto’s School of Architecture, Ryerson University, Sir Sanford Fleming College, and the Living City Campus at Kortright.

 
COST
 
EGB Member: $15.00 + HST (please email info@gta.cagbc.org for the discount code)
Not-Yet EGB Member: $20.00 + HST
When
5/5/2016
Where
The Craft Brasserie and Grill Liberty Village 107 Atlantic Ave Toronto, ON
Online registration not available.
​Please Note:​ You must have a CaGBC account and be signed in to register for this course.