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Head of Innovation at Canadian Consulate NY
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Women In PropTech Summit 2019
October 18 2019, New York, NY , United States
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  • Emily King
    Head of Innovation at Canadian Consulate NY
  • Johanna Greenbaum
    Chief Development Officer at Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation
Emily King is currently the Head of Innovation at the Consulate General of Canada in New York, leading a team of Trade Commissioners who support Canadian companies in developing their international business. As a diplomat and Trade Commissioner with seventeen years’ experience with Global Affairs Canada, Emily has served in assignments as diverse as Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Ottawa, Syria, Jordan, Halifax, and New York. Emily is also a former restauranteur, a parent of three, and holds a BA in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Dalhousie University. She inspired by the power of the public service to tackle both practical and systemic challenges, with an eye toward the greater goals of progressive improvement and shared growth.
Johanna is the Chief Development Office at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, overseeing Real Estate Development, Planning, Transportation, and External Affairs as the Yard embarks on a new era of expansion and building. She leads the rezoning and Master Plan development efforts for the Yard, particularly the creation of a new building typology for urban manufacturing and its ground-up construction. Prior to joining the Yard, she served as the Director of Planning and Development at Sidewalk Labs, an Alphabet company focused on urban innovation, where she oversaw program (residential, commercial, and retail) as well as land-use negotiations and engagement with the real estate community for Sidewalk’s development project in Toronto. Before that she was in private real estate development, designing, entitling, and building a large-scale mixed-use project on the Brooklyn waterfront. She is a land-use lawyer by training and spent five years working for Mayor Bloomberg, helping to lead the economic development team at City Hall. She was responsible for delivering the first-micro unit building in NYC, completing the Highline, and implementing the Citi Bike system.

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Fireside chat featuring Emily King, Head of Innovation at Global Affairs Canada, and Johanna Greenbaum, Chief Development Officer at Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation

00:05 Introduction

05:30 Johanna’s vision for the entire development

09:56 Consulting with the communities

16:22 True diversity for innovation

17:24 Common denominator for your place in the market

21:12 Prototyping and product development in NYC

24:40 Q&A

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And we are going to have our final discussion L on creating a culture of innovation. So this is something that is 00:04 Central and relevant to everybody in this room. And absolutely and we are very very very lucky to have to Berlin speakers with us today will be talked 00:14 around the topic of leadership team couch and inspiration and looking at how to be the champion in your organization for trying to new technologies 00:23 thinking different motivating a team and selling innovative ideas to stake all this I should probably flip over to the next slide if I could find them 00:31

it's to this Papa's so we are very very very lucky today to be 00:40 joined by Joanna Greenbaum. Who's the chief development officer at the Brooklyn Navy yard. So if you guys were free tickets today, you would have 00:50 gotten to see us and this year cuz he's the real estate development planning transportation and external with is a zoo in boxing the new year of 00:58 expansion and building he or she needs a resigning and Mazda plant development. If it's particularly the creation of new building typology for urban 01:06

manufacturing and is ground-up construction project joining the yard, she served as the Director of planning and development at sidewalk Labs way. She 01:15 oversaw the program land-use negotiations and engage with the real estate Community for the Toronto development before that. She was in private real 01:23 estate development designing and toppling and building Glasgow mixed-use project on the Brooklyn Waterfront. She's a land-use lawyer by training and 01:32 spent five years Working For Mayor Bloomberg. How can she lead to economic development team? City Hall this is the part of the body that I left the 01:40

most listened to what shoved into one little sentence. She was responsible for delivering the first micro-units building in New York 01:47 completing The High Line and implementing the city box system. So she is a wealth of knowledge after wealth of knowledge. So I'm 01:56

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