Community Benefits Champion Award Shortlisted Candidates
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Review the introduction of each of our shortlisted candidates below. Then cast your vote to let us know which of these nominees you feel has moved the needle for community benefits in Canada.
The award recognizes an individual whose dedication to advancing community benefits in policy and/ or practice at the systems level within the construction industry has significantly benefited equity deserving groups accessing social, environmental, and economic benefits from investment in public infrastructure and urban development.
The Award recipient will be announced at the Building Diversity Awards Gala, May 13th at 6pm.
Anne-Marie Malek is the President and CEO of West Park Healthcare Centre, a specialized rehabilitative and complex care hospital that helps patients get their lives back after a life-altering illness or injury such as respiratory disease, amputation, stroke, and brain injuries.
Brandi Jonathan is a Diversity Liaison with CBTU’s In the Trades Apprenticeship program, a federal funded program that provides financial incentives and training support for unionized small and medium-sized contractors.
Professor Matti Siemiatycki
Matti Siemiatycki is Professor in the Department of Geography & Planning, and Director of the Infrastructure Institute, School of Cities. He was previously Canada Research Chair in Infrastructure Planning and Finance.