Greater Toronto Chapter Leadership Board of Directors


Passionate and accomplished, each member of the Canada Green Building Council - Greater Toronto Chapter Leadership Board has made important contributions to advancing the green building movement – whether through advocacy work, policy advancement, technological innovation, local leadership, or education. Their profiles reflect the diverse skill sets and thought leadership that our community relies on to facilitate enduring market transformation.

Andy Schonberger, Director & Chair
Director, Client Services, Intelligent Buildings, LLC
Andy has 15 years’ experience in various facilities management roles, including large industrial construction projects both industrial and commercial. He has held various engineering, project management, advisory and hands on implementation roles within each of these industries. He is now Director of Client Services at smart building advisory firm Intelligent Buildings, where he helps clients integrate buildings, people and technology to improve operational effectiveness, offer new technology experiences and deploy capital effectively.

For last six years, Andy has participated on the Board of Directors with the Canada Green Building Council Greater Toronto Chapter, sharing lessons learned from technology and business applications with leaders in the real estate industry, driving change across commercial real estate and supporting this industry shaping not-for-profit as Chair and Vice Chair of the Board.

Andy holds a P.Eng designation in the Province of Ontario, an MBA from the Schulich School of Business, LEED Accredited Professional and Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designations.

Holly Jordan, Director & Vice Chair                                                         
Senior Associate, B+H Architects

Holly was educated as both a structural engineer and architect and has been working primarily in an architectural capacity for the last 15 years.  She is involved with project management and delivery as well as design and technical aspects of projects, including innovative sustainable technologies and their implementation.  Holly originally started working in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and became involved as a LEED® AP with the USGBC in 2002.  After relocating to Toronto, Holly also worked for the University of Toronto’s Sustainability Office and Facilities and Services as an Energy Efficiency Coordinator, where she was focused on developing inventories of existing campus facilities and identifying critical areas for energy efficiency improvements through retrofits, equipment upgrades, and strategic renovations.  For her graduate studies, Holly’s final thesis investigated renewable energy as a means of architectural expression, yielding an architecturally legible ‘visible sustainability’.

Currently, Holly is an architect and associate/senior designer at B+H Architects, where her work includes projects such as the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Soccer Stadium in Hamilton (targeting LEED Silver) and the recently completed University of Windsor Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (pending LEED Gold).  Using her cross-disciplinary background, Holly has been able to aptly coordinate the nexus between engineering, design, and sustainability in her work.  Holly has a strong commitment to continuing education, recognizing the importance of utilizing innovative technologies, both active and passive, in building design.  As a resident of the City of Toronto, she also has a vested interest in the betterment of this vibrant city.

Darryl Neate, Director 
Director, Sustainability, Oxford Properties Group
Darryl leads the sustainability strategy for Oxford Properties Group (commercial real estate firms with over 40 million square feet of Office, Retail, Industrial, Residential and Hotel property). He works on green building programs that make financial sense and improve performance and is responsible for Oxford’s industry-leading Sustainable Intelligence program.
Darryl is active across a range of real estate advisory groups & committees in Canada and teaches the REALpac introductory course on corporate responsibility and sustainability. He has an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. 

Jason Gray
M.A.Sc. Candidate with the University of Toronto, Civil Engineering

Jason is currently a M.A.Sc. Candidate with the University of Toronto, Civil Engineering, with a focus on building science. His research is on testing the changes in airtightness in multi-unit residential building suites as a result from retrofitting measures, with the aim of providing consultants and building owners with proven methods for reducing heating and cooling energy loads due to infiltration losses. With prior experience in business development and as a project coordinator at EllisDon, as well as through a Bachelors of Civil Engineering with a focus in Environmental Engineering, Jason has been able to take part in the construction industry and put energy towards his passion for sustainable construction methods.

Jason was recently part of the Grand Prize Winning team for the Race to Zero Competition put on by the Department of Energy out of the United States where the team designed a Net-Zero townhouse. Additionally, Jason is the co-chair of the Emerging Green Professionals (EGPs), Toronto Chapter, where he is dedicated, along with the rest of the EGP team, in bringing awareness to and connecting students and young professionals with the sustainability industry.

Jim Lord, Director
Principal, Ecovert Consulting

Jim is a founding principal of Ecovert Sustainability Consultants, a Toronto based consulting firm that specializes in green building certification, energy modeling, building commissioning and sustainable policy development. Jim brings Ecovert’s clients a fluent understanding of corporate social responsibility, implementable sustainability tools for facility managers and 20 years of real estate experience as a Tenant and Landlord.

In Jim’s spare time he is a member of the executive committee of Market Transformation to Sustainability (MTS) a non-profit based in Washington that is committed to accelerating the global transformation to sustainability as well as a past board member of Earth Day Canada, Palace Pier Condominium Board and the Humber Bay Shores Condominium Association.  Jim is active fostering sustainable ideas in his role as chair of the Green Drinks Toronto.

Julia St. Michael, Director
Director, Sustainability Engagement, Enwave Energy Corporation

Julia has recently joined Enwave as the company’s first director of sustainability engagement. Through connecting with government and policy makers, commercial real estate professionals, building operators and managers plus supporting organizations (such as the Canada Green Building Council), Julia will be representing Enwave within the green building and sustainable energy community, identifying new opportunities for projects and partnerships.

Previously, Julia was the director of research and sustainability with the Real Property Association of Canada (REALPAC).  Julia developed and implemented the association's various research and sustainability initiatives and chaired both the Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Committee and Research Advisory Committee.

In addition, Julia spearheaded the development of the REALPAC Energy Normalization Methodology and managed the growth and implementation of the REALPAC Energy Benchmarking Program including the roll-out and administration of all years of the Energy Benchmarking Survey and the writing and publication of the Energy Benchmarking Reports and Water Benchmarking Reports, as well as the development of the REALPAC Carbon Metric.

Marco Iacampo, Director
Supervisor, Policy, Environment & Energy, City of Toronto

Marco Iacampo is a Policy Supervisor in the City's Environment and Energy Division. Marco is currently leading the development of the large building energy and water benchmarking and reporting requirements, which is a transformational policy designed to improve the energy performance of Toronto's existing building stock. He has also designed and manage the award-winning Home Energy Loan Program (HELP) that utilizes an innovative, property-assessed financing mechanism to accelerate the uptake for residential energy retrofits 

Over the past 12 years Marco has been involved with the City of Toronto in various roles. He has an intimate knowledge of the Provincial-Federal legislative process having evaluated many proposals to determine the impact to the City, its residents and businesses. He has directly consulted on LEED projects as well, by designing a first-of-its-kind alternative credit submission for commuter transportation under LEED EB:OM. In addition, Marco has provided policy advice directly to Toronto City Council on development projects, community development plans and capital planning and has a solid knowledge of the political decision-making process at City Hall. Marco has also assisted many organizations by offering insight on how best to interface with government to get results.

Marco holds a Honors Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from the Schulich School of Business, York University; and is a LEED Green Associate.

 Michael Parker, Director
Director, Operations & Sustainability, Ecolight LED Solutions Corp. 
With over 20-years of Commercial, Retail & Industrial Real Estate Construction & Operations Management experience, Michael brings a diverse background of knowledge that translates into effective management practices. As General Manager of Canadian Ecolight LED Systems he is responsible for the day to day running of the operations which includes overseeing all aspects of management and communications between manufacturing, sales and operations in Canada, USA & China.  His duties also include R&D of new products that will meet the growing needs of the company and offer customers with the latest technology.  Prior to EcoLight, Michael had Senior Management roles with TD Bank’s Real Estate Management Group and Whiterock REIT’s Real Estate Management group where he oversaw extremely large, complex Green Building projects in numerous market segments.  While at TD, he was also a member of the Green Team that work on Occupant Engagement programs with Landlords, GHG Reporting and provided in house subject matter expertise on various Green Building projects and designs the bank was working on.
With a strong belief in sustainable construction and business practices he has achieved his LEED AP BD+C accreditation and CSBA (Certified Sustainable Building Advisor) designation. Michael has a Master’s in Project Management and has completed CEM (Certified Energy Management) training.  As well as serving as Chair, Board of Directors for the Canada Green Building Council - Greater Toronto Chapter he is also an active member of the Leadership Council for Toronto’s Civic Action’s Commercial Building’s Race to Reduce Program.

Robert Edwards, Director
Business Manager, Strategic Customers, IESO
Rob Edwards is a Business Manager at the Ontario Power Authority and is committed to promoting saveONenergy business incentive programs that focus on reducing energy and related GHG emissions by increasing the efficiency of their buildings.
Rob has been committed his time working at Toronto Hydro for the large commercial real estate sector and at the BOMA Toronto CDM program as Director, Conservation and Business Development. Rob has been a member of BOMA Toronto since 2006 and is currently on the BOMA Toronto Energy Committee.  He has been on the Commercial Building Energy Initiative Leadership Council for the past three years and is the Participant Liaison sub-committee lead driving landlord participation in the Race to Reduce.
Rob holds an Undergraduate Degree in Geography and received his Post Graduate Diploma in Geographic Information Systems shortly after.

Subhi Alsayed
Mattamy Homes, Vice President, Sustainable Development    

Subhi is a sustainable buildings expert and a driver of innovation and technology adoption in the real-estate industry. Throughout his career, Subhi has focused on building strong business case for change, and finding innovative ways of introducing and 'de-risking' new methods and technologies.

Subhi is Mattamy’s Vice President of Sustainable Development, working with the leadership team to develop and implement strategies for Mattamy’s sustainable communities. Prior to Mattamy, Subhi was the head of innovation at Tridel, Ontario’s largest high-rise developer, and the Director of Projects at TowerLabs, a Tridel and MaRS Discovery District initiative to explore the viability of various clean technologies in real world multi-residential buildings.

Subhi also co-founded netZED, net zero energy dwelling, the first branded net zero energy concept in high-rise living. Subhi is a MBA grad from Ivey Business School, a Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional, and a Certified Energy manager.