Creating space for transformative conversations
Elodie has been working with the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue and other clients on a variety of engagement processes for the past 11 years. She has developed and refined her convening and facilitation skills in a wide variety of dialogues, from Canada’s World, a national citizen engagement initiative on foreign policy to the National Reconciliation Gatherings and the more recent Citizens’ Dialogue on Canada’s Energy Future. She is currently furthering her education with a master’s on Global Climate and Energy Policy at SOAS, University of London. She is particularly interested in climate change issues and their complex narratives. As a former behavioural biologist, she still enjoys studying whale communications off the coast of BC in the summer. She is also a full-spectrum doula, a keen gardener and beekeeper, and an amateur herbalist.