Mallory Wilson is a co-founder Entremise, a non-profit organization specializing in temporary and transitory uses for vacant buildings in Montreal, where she is responsible for administration, business development and heritage. She is also a candidate for Master of Environmental Design with a specialization in Conservation of the Built Environment at the University of Montreal, where her research explores the potential of temporary use as an alternative strategy for the conservation of historic buildings. Mallory has a bachelor's degree in classical studies and political science, as well as professional training in finance, and has worked as Associate, Client Relationship and Marketing Manager for a private investment firm in Montreal. Since returning to her graduate studies in 2014, Mallory has acted as heritage consultant to several organizations and as a Research Assistant for the Canada Research Chair for Built Heritage. She is also the Secretary-Treasurer of the Quebec Chapter of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP). In 2015, Mallory co-founded Montreal’s first urban heritage festival, Vivre le patrimoine!, which celebrated its second run in August 2016.