Kate-Issima Francin currently serves as the Chief of Federal Land Use and Transaction Approvals at the National Capital Commission. In this pivotal role, she leads the charge in overseeing and approving federal land use and transactions. With a career marked by a range of experience in both the public and private sectors, including professional roles in planning and architecture, Kate brings a wealth of expertise to planning and design projects. In her time with the NCC, she has been the approval manager for significant capital building projects such as Ādisōke, the Ottawa Library Central Branch joint facility with Library Archives Canada, and the new archival facility known as Gatineau 2, the world’s largest automated archive facility and first archival centre in the Americas with net-zero carbon emissions. Kate holds a Master of Architecture from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and a Master of Urban Planning from McGill University.

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