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Tomo is a Vancouver-based real estate company. We build at the intersection of “hardwhere” and “softwhere,” where physical space and intangible
activities meet. As developers, operators, and researchers, we believe in the power of place to enable people to do amazing things. Our research-driven approach
challenges us to engage with complex urban issues. Since 2005, we’ve cultivated award-winning places like Schoolhouse in Vancouver and River Market in New

Mark Shieh

Passionately curious about people and places, Mark started out as a Disney Imagineer and indulged a childhood dream to be a Disney character. Later, he worked as Development Manager with Rize Alliance. Mark has a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Engineering Management, both from Stanford University. He was a Mayfield Entrepreneurship Fellow and has served on the Vancouver City Planning Commission. He currently serves on the board of the Vancouver Heritage Foundation and Building Opportunities with Business. Talk to him about sharing economy, passive house, and ramen. @markshieh

Leslie Shieh

Leslie has worked as a consultant in community economic development, working alongside communities and local organizations in Canada, United States, China, and Taiwan. She holds a BS in Urban Studies from Cornell University and an MCP (Planning) from the University of California, Berkeley. She completed a PhD in Urban Planning from University of British Columbia where her research examined community building and governance under the context of China’s rapid urbanization. Her work in Vancouver combines her extensive experience working in different urban contexts and her interest in furthering social and environmental goals through real estate. @leslieshieh

Wilmer Lau

Wilmer is an engineer. He led product teams to develop award-winning consumer electronics devices at Denso San Diego and at Plantronics in California and China. His passion for lowering our eco footprint brought him back to Vancouver and to work
on creating beautiful and accessible green buildings. Wilmer holds a B.ApSc in Electrical Engineering from UBC, MEng in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, and an Executive MBA from CEIBS Shanghai.