Caitlin Schultz is an experienced Urban Designer and Planner at Brook McIlroy. Her background is firmly rooted in current, sustainable practice, and she approaches projects of all scales with a lens on ecological sustainability and social resilience. Caitlin was formerly a Planner with the City of Vancouver, working on a range of urban design, development review, and community planning initiatives. Most recently, Caitlin was a key team member in the development and subsequent implementation of the award-winning Northeast False Creek Plan.
Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of British Columbia, and a Master of Science in Architecture, specializing in Sustainable Urban Design, from Lund University in Sweden. During her Master’s research, Caitlin investigated the potential of the suburban public realm as a driver for housing equity, community resilience, and environmental stewardship. Caitlin’s work to date has contributed to her varied skillset, with experience in public engagement, GIS and mapping, policy writing, and visual communications. Her experience as a planner informs her work as a designer, bringing a holistic and investigative approach to her master planning projects at Brook McIlroy.