Zoë is a communications and community engagement specialist with 10 years of experience across Canada. Her career has provided unique opportunities for engagement, such as facilitating cultural youth exchanges, conducting client consultations for research projects, leading indigenous inclusion on pipeline projects, and developing enterprise-wide diversity programs.
On the Peerless Trout First Nation schools project, Zoë’s worked with the chief, council, new school committee, and community members to facilitate workshops that helped gather community input. This work has been instrumental in shaping the design of the schools.
Zoë enjoys working collaboratively with clients and projects teams to find common ground and build mutually beneficial solutions. An avid cyclist, Zoë rides with the Stantec Stingers on the MS Bike Tour each year to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. She also sits on the Centre for Family Literacy board, and she’s served on the Employment Program Advisory Board for the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women.