Julianne brings enthusiasm, compassion and humility to her work with Indigenous communities, local governments and community organizations to support collaborative and meaningful visioning for healthier and more connected communities. Some of her favourite and most meaningful work has been community-led Health and Wellness Plans, diverse strategic planning assignments and projects that call for unique frameworks for organizational development and change management support for organizations and communities.
Julianne is passionate about building and nurturing relationships with communities and organizations she works with, and approaches her work with an asset-based, community-led approach. She holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies and Community Planning and has completed engagement training through the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2). Julianne is honoured to call the traditional territory of the Dane-zaa Peoples (Treaty 8) in Northern BC home.