Heather Grey-WolfChief Development Officer at Infrastructure OntarioSpeaker
As Chief Development Officer, Heather Grey-Wolf oversees IO’s work on transit-oriented communities, leveraging surplus lands for government priorities such as long-term care, and supporting master development exercises like the redevelopment of Ontario Place.
Heather’s experience is a unique blend of development leadership across the public and private sectors. Most recently, as Senior Vice President at Capital Developments, Heather was responsible for a $2.1B development and construction portfolio. Prior to that, Heather established a $1B national multi-family development program with Realstar Management.
As a senior development leader with the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) for seven years, Heather led the revitalization of the 69-acre Regent Park, the largest urban renewal project in Canada. Heather’s team was responsible for the relocation of 2,000 families, the demolition of 54 buildings, and the delivery of roads, parks, community infrastructure, 300,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, and 7,500 units of multi‐family housing. In five years, Heather and her team delivered over 1,850 units of multi‐family housing (over 700 rental units and 1,150 condominium units) on time and on budget.
Heather is passionate about the outdoors and spends her spare time swimming, running, biking, and hiking with her family. Heather has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, a B.Arch and B.Sc from McGill University, and is a licensed architect with the Ontario Association of Architects.