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Leaders Breakfast Toronto 2017


Leaders Breakfast 2017 


When: Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017
Where: Intercontinental Toronto Centre, 225 Front St. W, Toronto, Canada
Speaker: Whitney Austin Gray, Ph.D., LEED AP, senior vice president, Delos 
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Honoree: Susan Mole, former interior design principal at DIALOG and partner at Mole White & Associates Ltd.

Whitney Austin Gray, Ph.D., LEED AP, Keynote Speaker

Whitney AustinAt Delos, Whitney Austin Gray, Ph.D, LEED AP, senior vice president at Delos, is responsible for the oversight of research and the development of innovative strategies that seek to improve human health and wellness through building design.

Prior to joining Delos, Whitney served as the health research and innovation director for Cannon Design, a global healthcare design firm, and the MedStar Institute for Innovation. She holds dual appointments as an adjunct assistant professor at the Georgetown University and is an invited presenter at national and international conferences on behalf of the WELL Building Standard. Whitney received her doctorate from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and was the first public health professional to become LEED AP certified.



Thank you to the Leaders Breakfast International Benefactors.

Susan Mole, Leadership Award of Excellence Honoree

Susan Mole

With a career spanning more than 45 years, Susan Mole has, former Interior Design Principal at DIALOG and Partner at Mole White & Associates Ltd. been passionate about interior design’s role in creating productive and healthy commercial spaces. An insightful strategist, Susan was known for her ability to help management strategize the best way to support organizational work functions, systems, communications, and cultures. Those skills afforded her the opportunity to partner with some of Canada’s largest organizations, including RBC, SunLife of Canada, Loblaw Brands Limited, and Seneca College, among others.

Susan served on the advisory board for her alma mater, Ryerson University School of Interior Design, the board of directors of the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO), and as president of the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of ARIDO. She was also an active member of Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW), where she chaired the mentorship, nominating and golf committees, and a volunteer on CoreNet’s communication committee.