Sarah Ravlic is an accomplished social planner and consultation specialist with experience supporting local governments to address issues of equity and inclusion across the Social Determinants of Health. Her recent work has focused on poverty reduction, access to safe and affordable housing, community wellness, and working with individuals with lived and living experience to better inform local government decision making. This work has allowed her to cultivate a strong understanding of how to approach both qualitative and quantitative data and the importance of evidence-based decision making and collaboration across sectors. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Psychology from the University of Victoria as well as a Master’s in Community and Regional Planning from Dalhousie University.
Social Health and Well-Being Planner