Tneshia Pages Innocente is a Planner at Brook McIlroy. Her background in planning, urban design, and architecture have reinforced her belief in the importance of the intersection of design and policy to create dynamic communities, and the value of planning at a variety of scales. Her work in these fields have given her experience assessing the physical environment, observing planning problems, and providing recommendations with policy and design based solutions.
Tneshia has experience in policy research and analysis, the development of built form guidelines, master plan development, and public and stakeholder engagement. Tneshia’s core project work includes the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus Master Plan, Waterdown Community Node Guidelines, and Built Form Standards for the City of Guelph related to Commercial Buildings, Mid-Rise Buildings, and Townhouses. Tneshia has experience as a project manager for projects of various scales, including mobility hub studies, campus planning projects, and development studies.
Tneshia is a Registered Professional Planner and a Full Member of both the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planners.
Tneshia has a Master of Planning in Urban Development from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies (Design).