T21. Camille Lefrancois
Camille is an urban planner with a background in environmental sciences and urban design. With experience in the fields of green infrastructure, stormwater management, urban forestry, climate change science and adaptation, she has worked in the public, private and non-profit sectors in Eastern and Western Canada and brings a strong multi-disciplinary perspective to projects.
Prior to joining Diamond Head, Camille worked on leading-edge greenhouse gas emission research with McGill University and the University of British Columbia; and with Nature Quebec as a consultant for Quebec’s park management authority (SEPAQ) on conservation around protected areas. Her work at Diamond Head focuses on the intersections between urban planning, urban forestry, stormwater management and GIS.
Camille holds a B.A.&Sc. and a M.Sc. Planning degree. She also enjoys volunteering for the promotion of active transportation.