Alex Corey is a heritage planner at the City of Toronto. He began his career at a heritage architecture firm in Toronto, where he worked on a range of rehabilitation and heritage planning projects. His professional experience includes undertaking building and neighborhood surveys, preparing conservation strategies, and producing heritage conservation district studies and plans. His interests lie at the intersection of historic preservation and sustainable community development. He holds a Masters of Science in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto.