Anne Burrill has been leading community change in communities for more than 15 years. She is a skilled facilitator and process planner with a commitment to getting results. Her work has focused on poverty reduction, housing and homelessness issues, child and youth well-being, and social inclusion. Anne is passionate about working with communities to contribute to systems change, build capacity to tackle challenging issues, support collaboration, and improve quality of life. She has a particular interest in small towns and rural communities, and working on long term solutions. She enjoys finding emerging opportunities and bringing the pieces together to create something new, build community resilience, facilitate innovation, and create impact. Anne has a background in non-profit sector work and social planning, as well as local government. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Northern British Columbia as well as a Social Innovation Certificate from Simon Fraser University. Anne lives and works in Secwepemc territory, on the traditional lands of the T’exelc (Williams Lake First Nation).