With more than 1.5 million Ontarians now living in condos, better corporate governance doesn’t just benefit unit owners, it’s “a massive step to doing things correctly to protect our cities and communities,” said Stephen Ilkiw, founder of the consultancy CondoHive.
The Globe and Mail
July 25, 2017
CondoHive was founded to help condo communities thrive and succeed. As condo living becomes more the norm, many critics predict a bleak future if oversight fails.
CondoHive is the professional services firm that works alongside condo boards and management to ensure the successful future of condo communities.
CondoHive builds harmony.
A veteran of not-for-profit boards and organizations, Stephen Ilkiw founded CondoHive with the desire to improve the way Condominium Corporations operate and create a return on investment for its stakeholders.
Stephen started CondoHive after a successful career working at PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada where he led and worked on multiple major national and international programs.
He’s also held volunteer leadership roles in several not-for-profit organizations where he’s led change and delivered improved strategic direction. Currently, Stephen is a volunteer member of CCI-Toronto's Marketing Committee.
Stephen holds a Masters in Professional Communications from the University of Western Sydney, as well as a Certificate in Corporate Communications from Seneca College and a BA in Media, Information and Technoculture from Western University.