Prairie Métis and settler perspectives and knowledge. Guests living and working on the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Vancouver area, BC]; the Lekwungen-speaking Songhees and Esquimalt nations (Victoria, BC); Amiskwaciy Waskahikan in Treaty 6 territory (Edmonton, AB); and the traditional land of the Three Fires Confederacy, the Odawa, Potawatomi, and Ojibwe. The Three Fires Confederacy shares this land with its neighbours, the Lunaapeew of the Eelunaapéewi Lahkéewiit (Delaware) Nation and the unceded territory of the Bkejwanong (Walpole Island) First Nation.

To edify is to uplift.

We’re a team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals who are passionate about individual, family, community, and workplace well-being. We have experience working with public, private, and non-profit sectors as well as Indigenous communities, entrepreneurs, and writers.

Our main areas of focus:

lead workshops in workplace and family well-being, inclusion and belonging, and Indigenous recruitment and retention.

create custom tools for employee recruitment and retention.

review documents, including copyediting, proofreading, and sensitivity reading.

evaluate programs, considering impact for the intended audience.

write articles, reports, strategies, and grants.

Our approach values community resilience, transparency (agile methods), reciprocity, and positive, supportive relations.

To connect, please email us at our general mailbox or connect with our team members via our team page.

Founding leads

Alicia Hibbert, PMP, MA
Founder and Managing Director
Editor, PMP and Scrum-Certified Project Manager, & Facilitator. Member of the Indigenous Editors Association and a Certified Aboriginal Business from the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
Becca Shortt, MA
Citation Editor and Fact-Checker, Evaluator, & Facilitator
Monica Naber, M.C., R. Psych (AB)
Organizational Mental Health Strategic Consultant & Facilitator. Registered psychologist and certified facilitator for the Gottman Institute’s 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work.

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Photo credit: Lisa Walker

Organizations we’ve worked with

Alberta Medical Association

Broadview Press

Chronicle Books


Destination Toronto

Fernwood Publishing

Indigenous Editors Association

McClelland & Steward

McGill-Queen’s University Press

Natural Resources Canada (Government of Canada)

Pawaatamihk: Journal of Métis Thinkers

Penguin Random House

Performance Art

Pivot Hub (Simon Fraser University)

Rupertsland Institute

Servus Credit Union

Simon & Schuster

Tundra Books

UBC Press

University of Alberta Press

University of Florida Press

University of Manitoba Press

University of Toronto Press

Viking Books

Wilfred Laurier University Press