Anil Khera is founding CEO of Node, a global urban residential property management group. He is formerly Managing Director for Blackstone's $80bn European property fund and has been involved in the reopening of closed church buildings for over 10 years.
Natalie Bull is Executive Director of the National Trust for Canada, the leading organization for all provincial, regional and municipal-level heritage groups across Canada. She has been a committed and active advocate for the adaptive re-use of church buildings for decades.
Marc Fortier is a commercial real estate investment professional, formerly with Ivanhoe Cambridge, and now founder of MF Capital. He has worked with heritage building transformation in the Province of Québec.
Luc Noppen is a professor in the Department of Urban Planning and Canada Chair for Research in Urban Heritage at the Université de Québec à Montréal, He has been deeply involved in studying and assisting in the mediation required to convert large, under-used church buildings for new uses in Québec.
Bill Tresham is CEO of Rittenvest, a property development group. He was CEO of Québec’s Caisse de Depot et Placement’s property arm, Ivanhoe Cambridge for over 10 years. He brings expertise running private and public companies, and managing an extensive real estate portfolio,
Barbara Myers is a senior urban planner with SvN in Toronto, and has extensive experience assisting congregations and building owners in repurposing their buildings.