PAC Alumni Panel

This week!

The Planning Alumni Committee

Alumni Panel featuring Jeff Cantos, Renee Gomes and Alena Grunwald

Friday September 19
3 to 5 pm
in Sidney Smith Hall 2125

Jeff Cantos is an alumnus from our Program in Planning (MScPl 2004) and an active member of the Planning Alumni Committee. He is a Senior Planner, in Strategic Initiatives, Policy & Analysis with the City of Toronto. His past positions include lecturing at the Graduate Program in Planning, an Adjunct Faculty position at York University. His previous positions include acting as Housing Development Officer for the City of Toronto, and as a planner for the Office for Urbanism.

Renee Gomes is Director of Development for Waterfront Toronto, and an alumnus from our Planning Program and a member of the Planning Alumni Committee. Her past projects include experience managing large and complex redevelopment initiateves in Toronto and the UK, as well as implementation of the West Don Lands and East Bayfront communities. Her past positions include work as Development Manager, West Don Lands Waterfront Toronto, and Associate Urban Planner for Urban Strategies Inc.

Alena Grunwald is an alumnus from our Program in Planning (MScPl 2004) and active member of the Planning Alumni Committee. She is currently Manager, Partner & Stakeholder Relations at Ontario Place Revitalization, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Her past positions include Manager, Policy Development at Ontario Ministry of the Environment; Project Manager, Waste Diversion policy at Ontario Ministry of the Environment; and Senior Policy and Projects Advisor, Deputy Minister’s Office at Ontario Ministry of the Environment

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