A McGill graduate in both Architecture and Management, Dr. Cameron Charlebois, also holds a Doctor of Management degree from the University of Hertfordshire, England, and teaches as an Associate Member of McGill’s School of Urban Planning. Cameron has extensive experience in property development and urban issues as a developer, consultant, industry representative as well Deputy General Manager of the City of Montreal for Urban Planning, Housing and Economic Development (2002-2004). He also has extensive governance experience in the NGO community, having served as Chair of the board for Save the Children Canada, the Canadian Council for International Cooperation, Cuso International, Blue Metropolis and as vice-chair of Evergreen. He is currently chair of the board of directors with Engineers without Borders.
Cameron’s mandate at McGill includes leading the development of a Campus Master Plan to guide the University’s campus development for the next 10 to 15 years, particularly with regard to our most critical space needs, major renovation requirements, and property acquisitions and disposals. His mandate also includes responsibility for developing the business plan and completing the due diligence process for the eventual acquisition of the former Royal Victoria Hospital property.