President at Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) – Toronto Branch & Creative Director at Giaimo
Stephanie Mah, CAHP, is a cultural heritage strategist and designer with a diverse background in architectural history and theory, digital media, and environmental and technology studies. She is the Creative Director at Giaimo, a Toronto-based architecture firm that integrates design, conservation, and sustainability. With over eight years of unique experience, from working for non-profits and design firms to real estate developers and tech start-ups, her work focuses on creative and critical approaches to understanding, communicating, and promoting the connection between people and places.
Stephanie has been involved with the charitable non-profit Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) in a variety of volunteer roles since 2014, and currently serves as the President of ACO’s Toronto Branch. She also sits on the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada (SSAC) Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity, and Sustainability Committee and is a past member of City of Toronto’s Montgomery’s Inn Museum Art Committee. Her multi-disciplinary background allows her to provide unique insights in architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, and heritage conservation through research, writing, creative strategy, design thinking, content development, community engagement, programming, and placemaking.
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