With over 20 years experience in local and international work at multiple scales, she specializes in working with individuals, organizations and communities to embed systemic change, transform belief systems, and construct alliances across diversity. Lisa’s work focuses on a range of issues, including facilitation of complex multistakeholder processes, leadership development, curriculum design, diversity and inclusion, individual and group coaching, and teaching mindfulness. In particular, she is passionate about creating transformative spaces that help to restore our connection with our selves, each other and the earth.
Lisa is a Certified Integral Facilitator, and holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Victoria, and a Masters in Gender and Development from the University of Sussex. She also is a founder and instructor of the Social Innovation Certificate at Simon Fraser University. She is grateful to be based in Vancouver, Canada on the unceded Coast Salish lands and waters of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Wauthuth Nations with her two children and partner.