Marni Cappe, FCIP, RPP is the principal consultant and owner of M Cappe Consulting, specializing in local governance and urban policy. With more than 35 years experience as a professional planner, Marni has had a varied career, with experience working for federal, provincial and local governments, as well as business and non-government organizations.
As principal of M Cappe Consulting, she has recently engaged in a variety of projects, in areas relating to: affordable housing, sustainable infrastructure, climate change, immigration strategies, and local governance. Since moving to Toronto in 2010, Marni has volunteered with Toronto Civic Action, the Centre for City Ecology, and the University of Toronto's mentoring program.
Marni was named the Thomas Plunkett Executive-in-Residence at Queen's University in 2009-10 and was an Adjunct Professor cross-appointed to the School of Policy Studies and the School of Urban and Regional Planning. In 2012, she taught urban policy at Ryerson School of Urban and Regional Planning.
Marni has a long history of volunteering with the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planning. She was President of CIP from 2009-11, and currently sits on the Board of the Canadian Urban Institute. Marni is a passionate advocate for vibrant, healthy, and beautiful cities.