Jodi has a Masters in Environment and Management, over 20 years of community development experience working both at the local and international level. She also has a strong background in engagement and leadership, community change and practice-based research. She provides expertise in multi-sectoral collaboration and partnerships, systems thinking, the healthy communities approach and practical approaches to understanding the links between the determinants of health.>>Full Bio
Victoria brings expertise and passion as a research planner, specializing in the connections between community planning, health and well-being. Her work in this area has involved leadership, project management, and partnership development in community health, and developing and implementing public policy in community, school, and local government settings.>>Full Bio
Claudia has been working in the field of sustainable (community) development for several years now. She was involved in various sustainable tourism projects in Europe before she moved to Canada. Claudia has a Bachelor of Business Administration and has extensive experience in event management and coordination, project and financial management. Through her work and travel experiences in Europe, North America and North Africa she has gained a deep understanding of the importance of communities for creating healthier cities and building resilience.>>Full Bio
Hailing from Charlie Lake in northern British Columbia, Johanna is a seasoned communicator and researcher with a deep curiosity about communities and the people that comprise them. Her background includes work with a variety of community-based organizations across the province.>>Full Bio
Sandy is a committed community planner who believes that planning is a powerful tool for equitable and socially motivated growth. He is passionate about public discourse and encourages self-reflective planning practices and progressive policy-making.
Sarah is a sustainability minded community planner, who believes that through innovative and authentic community engagement we can better express our deep connection to place and desires for a sustainable and healthy future. She is passionate about the need for high-quality public spaces in our communities, seeing them as integral to the social life and feelings of inclusion.>>Full Bio
Jennifer brings several years of experience as a learning facilitator and sustainability coach for population health promotion initiatives to her role. She believes in supporting communities to grow and thrive through upstream approaches, cross-sector collaboration, and asset-based strategies.>>Full Bio
Shannon is a community facilitator with a passion for supporting healthy, equitable and sustainable communities. After finishing her degree in Kinesiology at the University of Victoria she went on to complete her Masters in Public Health with a focus on social policy. Her work experience includes healthy communities planning, multi-sectoral stakeholder engagement and collaboration, workshop development & facilitation, and outcomes monitoring. Shannon also sits on the Board of Directors for the Public Health Association of BC.>>Full Bio
Diana has broad experience developing and implementing health projects that address the underlying factors of health disparities in diverse communities. She is passionate about understanding health inequalities and is committed to addressing health issues within her local and global communities.>>Full Bio
Carly is an eager and enthusiastic community connector. She is passionate about supporting communication and connection through efficiency and excitement. Carly designs events and executes projects that bring people together. She contributes her knowledge, passion and love of the arts to the team at BC Healthy Communities, with the goal of empowering communities across British Columbia.>>Full Bio
Cassidy graduated from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Arts in Health and Community Services and a minor in public administration. She is passionate about creating healthier communities through policy, community organizing, and empowering young people to be leaders in their community.>>Full Bio
Tahia is the Coordinator of the City of Victoria Youth Council (CVYC) and, in her role, she provides support and builds capacity for young people to engage with the City of Victoria and the issues they are passionate about.>>Full Bio
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