To see public engagement within project work, click here. Cheryll is available to help you design your public engagement program or session in contribution to solving land use planning challenges in housing, employment, and culture. She is also available to engage in public dialogue as an invited moderator, panelist, or guest expert for panels, TV/radio/podcast, secondary and post-secondary classrooms, or as commentator in print media. Please see below for a photo that can be used in promo.
For a sample of Cheryll's engagement in public dialogue, click here for list of her public engagements between July 2017 - Summer 2020.
Cheryll Case is an Early Career Canadian Urban Leader with the University of Toronto School of Cities, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo, and is founder, and principal urban planner of CP Planning, a planning non-profit that facilitates partnerships between the government, academic, charity, private, and non-profit sectors to align on a human rights approach to the planning and delivery of housing. This includes designing, implementing, and guiding national, city-wide, and neighbourhood specific affordable housing programs to protect and increase affordable housing supply. She is a co-editor and co-author of House Divided: How the Missing Middle Can Solve Toronto's Affordability Crisis.