Natalie Voland has been working outside of the traditional real estate box for the last 20 years. With her social work background, she has created a unique vision to use real estate projects as a tool of economic development and urban regeneration. Valuing history, she builds with the future in mind, constantly adapting to the market fluctuations, her clients needs, and the pursuit of economic growth.
As a Quebec leader in social innovation through “Benefit Corporation Certification” based on triple bottom line practices, Natalie works collaboratively with strategic partners to redevelop areas, notably the South West of Montreal. She holds a portfolio of approx. 1.5 million sq. ft. with over 500 small and medium businesses including start up incubators under the brand of Communoloft.
Natalie is a board member for Femmessor Montreal and the Quartier d’Innovation (initiated by McGill University and ETS), as well as being a member of the Table d’Action en Entrepreneuriat de Montreal.
Quo Vadis is actively engaged in supporting new businesses opportunities for Entrepreneurs. Natalie’s collaborative approach is based on leadership of inclusions