Kendra works collaboratively within multiple sectors to create, implement, and amplify projects with social impact. For close to ten years, Kendra has been designing and implementing stakeholder workshops, research projects, engagement campaigns, and creative events on topics related to healthy communities, vibrant public spaces, age-friendly cities, accessibility, social inclusion, and food sovereignty. She has also published and presented on these topics in local, national, and international settings.
Kendra holds a master’s degree from Concordia University (Montreal, QC) where she researched community engagement, activism, and place-making in cities. She is certified with the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2), has completed Emergency Manager Information Officer training with the Justice Institute of British Columbia, and has taken courses and worked in crisis and emergency communications.