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Current Responsibilities
Trish Clarry is Account Executive for our Canada Post Account on the Corporate Solutions team and will provide real estate advisory, performance and efficiency solutions for major corporate clients.
Ms. Clarry has 23 years of experience within the corporate real estate industry delivering innovative real estate solutions. Ms. Clarry is oriented to tangible and measurable results and has led teams of real estate professionals to consistently deliver on financial operating targets, exceed performance objectives, improve service delivery and support corporate governance.  Ms. Clarry has experience across the full real estate scope, from portfolio strategy, transactions, project delivery and facility operations.  In addition, Ms. Clarry has leadership experience and a personal passion in driving forward Corporate Social Responsibility programs.
Prior to joining JLL, Ms. Clarry held senior corporate real estate leadership roles at Scotiabank and TELUS Communications.  In addition, Ms. Clarry held roles of increasing responsibility in the service provider industry addressing client’s portfolio strategy, workplace and design needs.
Education and Affiliations
Ms. Clarry holds a Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University and a Master of Business Administration from University of Toronto.  Ms. Clarry is a licensed architect with the Ontario Association of Architects, is a LEED Accredited Professional and obtained CoreNet’s MCR designation. 
In addition to her professional credentials, Ms. Clarry has been involved in volunteer capacities on board of directors (Canadian Green Building Council National Board 2008-2011, CoreNet Global Canada 2004-2006), advisory committees (Humber College Facility Management Chair, Ontario Association of Architects Committee of the Environment) and as a guest lecturer or speaker (University of Toronto 2005-2008, Ryerson University 2008-2011).  Ms. Clarry is a life-long learner and feels strongly at giving back to the communities in which she works and lives.