Working on projects across Canada, Isabel has gained a range of experience in architecture, urban design, and retail development. Prior to working at SvN, Isabel primarily focused on masterplans and future developments for a health network and retail-properties, specifically looking at urban presence, current state, and the increase of the efficient use of properties. Narratives developed by the team drove the projects along with the support of data, current state studies, zoning laws, and core client and company needs/strategies/priorities. Isabel also holds a keen interest in policy, data management, consultation and, urban and rural growth. These concepts proved the core of her thesis that led her to explore rural-policies and the role of the architect in organizing spaces of negotiation for stakeholders and residents alike to pursue new social and physical outcomes. She holds a Master and Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto, where she won several awards for her research and academic achievements.