Announcing a new crop of TNS Associates… and a complimentary offering
You may have read from the recent message from the Executive Director that The Natural Step Canada’s Associates network was to be expanded in 2015, and we are thrilled to announce that we have added four fresh-faced Associates to the team.
This expansion of the Associates group will increase capacity to support the Sustainability Transition Labs, to continue to offer our well-known Advisory Services to municipalities, businesses, universities, etc., and to deliver other programming such as our public courses and the IMPACT! Sustainability Champions Trainings.
The new Associates are positioned across Canada and have a culmination of expertise that allows The Natural Step Canada to readily provide its services in any sector in any province.
Allow this blog post to introduce (from west coast to east coast) Karen Stroebel of Vancouver, Erin Romanchuk and Matt Mayer both of Calgary, and Amanda Hachey of Moncton! All four have completed the Master’s in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) Program, and have applied their training to business, non-governmental organizations, governmental organizations, academic institutions and a few places in between!
Strategic planning, visioning, action planning, organization and/or product assessment, training and education, stakeholder engagement, and policy development are a few areas where the Associates have applied the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development. This is an eager group, passionate about supporting organizations along their journey to sustainable future.
To celebrate the growth of our advisory team, The Natural Step Canada is offering a complimentary strategy session to any business or municipality interested in a high level assessment of where they currently are, positioned in relation to a sustainable future. You will be asked to complete a short survey in preparation for the complimentary session.
We look forward to hearing from you, and assisting in your sustainability journey.