Having lived in different areas of Toronto, Chan has come to know downtown like the back of her hand. Despite her hometown roots in Hamilton-Stoney Creek, she could not resist the diversity in culture and lifestyle that a big city offered, and so has since called Toronto home for the past 6 years.
Throughout her previous life as a traveler, Chan lived and worked in South Korea for two years when she wasn’t backpacking throughout Asia. Her world travels have shaped her knowledge of unique environments, living spaces, and design, which has allowed Chan the vision to utilize these styles into spaces back home. These experiences have also driven her keen interest in new and innovative developments and revitalization projects that focus on sustainable building.
Chan’s “get’er-done” attitude comes from her skills and understanding of starting a project and seeing it through to completion. Providing clients with the utmost care, honesty and service in this journey is her top priority, as any truly successful “project” can only best be measured by the success and satisfaction of her clients.
Chan received a Psychology degree from McMaster University then launched her career within the banking industry, later continuing on into Project Management.
In her spare time, Chan takes any chance to jet-set to a new destination. However, if she’s in the city, Chan enjoys eating out at hip new restaurants and micro-breweries around town.