Last updated: 2019/01/30

Massimo Iezzoni

Iezzoni Massimo

Montreal, Canada


Icons use community profile institution
Institution/Employer

Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal

Icons use community profile claim job
Claim/Job description

Director General Montreal Metropolitain Community

Icons use community profile language
Language skills
French
English
Italian

Massimo Iezzoni is an accomplished manager and skillful communicator. He was instrumental in positioning the Montreal Metropolitan Community as a major player in land planning in the Montreal metropolitan area. During the process of preparing and adopting the first metropolitan land use and development plan, he was able to rally all the stakeholders around an innovative and unique vision to manage the future growth of the region in a complex political governance context.

Today, he is dedicated in his commitment for an attractive, competitive and sustainable Greater Montreal through the implementation of the metropolitan plan with projects such as the Green and Blue Network, the Oka-Mont-Saint-Hilaire bike path and the planning of transit oriented development neighborhoods.

He organized  with his team in 2015, an Habitat III conference in Montréal wich adopted the Montréal declaration on metropolitan areas. He contributed to the Montréal and Milan OECD territorial exams on metropolitan regions and he taught courses on local governance at the Université du Québec in Montréal. He was also Director general for the city of Longueuil. 1n 2016-2017, he was a member of a Transition Board to implement a new metropolitain public transit governance model for the Montréal Region.

Massimo Iezzoni has been involved in municipal and metropolitan management in the last 30 years.  He  is holder of a Masters degree in Public Policy and Public Analysis from Concordia University  and of a bachelor degree in poliitical science from Université du Québec à Montréal. He received the  Blanche-Lemco-Van-Ginkel in 2013 for his significant contribution to land planning in Québec by the Ordre des urbanistes du Québec.

Citymakers with similar interests

Evandro Holz
Berlin, Germany

Evandro Holz

Individual | Consultant on Urban and International Development

Marjolaine St-Arnaud
Montreal, Canada

Marjolaine St-Arnaud

Individual | Strategic advisor

Albeniz Tugce  Ezme
Istanbul, Turkey

Albeniz Tugce Ezme

Individual | Urban Planner, Research Assistant in Political Science & Public Administration Department