Pauline Sydenham is a creative and collaborative communications professional with a passion for translating complex ideas into compelling stories with impact. With experience in journalism and corporate communications, her key areas of expertise include storytelling and editing, social media, and communications strategy. Pauline previously worked at the University of Calgary’s medical school, where she gained insight into the social factors that can greatly influence health outcomes as well as the role of communications in reducing stigma and inequities in health. She incorporates this knowledge and her lived experience in her work as Communications Specialist to develop thoughtful messaging and inclusive communications practices. Pauline holds a degree in Journalism and certifications in International Communications and Public Relations. She is grateful to work and raise her family in Calgary, Alberta on the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region. The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.