Natalie Voland has been reinventing the process of real estate development over 20 years. Her roots as a social worker allows her to have a unique and purpose driven design centered outlook on development that priorities historical protection of civic assets while being forward thinking to help buildings unite communities.
She is a leader of the Quebec B Corp. Movement where her companies contribute to the protection of the environment, foster social inclusion, while making market driven profit to help the economic development of Montreal. Natalie manages 1.5 million square feet, supports over 500 entrepreneurs, and is an active public speaker. She partners with several universities to use her assets as teaching and prototype tools for pushing the concept on what kind of city we want to build as citizens. Natalie has also taught as a professor of the Harvard School of Public Health in Sustainable Leadership for CEOs.
Natalie is a mentor of the Women 4 Climate C40 Initiative under the leadership of the City of Montreal. She serves as an expert in environmental development as well as a member of the Climate Advisory Committee of Montreal; an initiative aiming to fight climate change and to implement solutions to reduce our ecological footprint. She has won extensive awards for her work and lectured on the global stage; while remaining true to her values of social and economic inclusion.