I started GAEL in 1997 with a notion to integrate my unique blend of environmental knowledge, facilitation expertise and management skills. The projects that my colleagues and I undertake reflect my interest in the interface between learning and engagement, change management, facilitation and strategic planning.
I seek innovative ideas and I work to inspire bold, positive and environmentally wise actions. In truth, I am dedicated help move Canada towards a sustainable future, and I love making a difference through my work. My clients include government agencies such as Environment Canada and Climate Change, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and the Town of Caledon. Non-government organization include the Albion Hills Community Farm, the Port Credit Salmon and Trout Association, and Forests Ontario.
GAEL has grown from a small business to one where I have colleagues involved in projects in each province and territory, in both official languages and with a variety of audiences. Each project brings about new partnerships with colleagues and other consultants who are striving to achieve the same thing – sustainability for ourselves and our planet.
If I had to categorize myself, I would say that am a facilitator, fly fisher, skier, runner and musician.
My greatest skill? I listen.
If you are looking for someone to help transform the fabric of your organization with an understanding and sensitivity for the environment, search through here and you may find what you are looking for.