Alice Liang

Alice is a Director of Toronto-based practice Montgomery Sisam Architects and a leading practitioner in the design of facilities for vulnerable and marginalized communities. For over 30 years, she has worked with many of the most progressive thinkers and doers in the industry to define, refine and implement innovative visions for development that support people of different backgrounds and lived experiences. With such an extensive knowledge base and rich body of work, Alice has been invited to participate in international discourses surrounding best practice, research and innovation in inclusive and socially just design. She is a former member of the International Academy of Design and Health, the Design in Mental Health Network and Post Occupancy Evaluation Think Tank. Alice was named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 2013. Her current focus is working with Indigenous Leaders, Educators and Activists to design and deliver the new First Nations Technical Institute Academic and Administration Building.