Gerry McGeough is the director of Planning and Design for the University of British Columbia (UBC). Gerry and his team of planners, policy planners and designers are the stewards of the built environment of UBC’s three campuses. Together, they plan the campus neighbourhoods, precincts, buildings and landscapes by leading integrated planning and design processes that engage a broad set of stakeholders and experts. Gerry has over 25 years of experience in planning, urban design and architecture, as senior planner for the City of Vancouver, adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, and architect in Montréal. He is chair of the Association of University Architects’ Sustainability Committee. Gerry McGeough holds a Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University (1986) and a master’s degree in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in New York (1992).