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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); and Amiskwaciy Waskahikan in Treaty 6 territory (Edmonton, AB).

To edify is to uplift.

The threads that run through our projects (workshop facilitation, editing, evaluation, and strategic consulting) are resilience, reciprocity, and positive, supportive relations.

Every aspect of our work is intended to uplift. We have education and experience in mental health; individual, community, and workplace wellbeing; Indigenous community engagement; program evaluation; and editing.

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

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
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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