Sue ignites adult professionals to strengthen their team dynamics, collaboration skills and breakthrough thinking.
Her education includes a Post Graduate Fellowship and an MA in Organizational Leadership grounded in organization development, change management and adult learning. The three pillar theories of her studies were Design Thinking, Systems Thinking and Adaptive Leadership. Her course work led to a specialization in supporting the conditions and capacities for groups to become innovative. Sue’s love for creative groups started in theatre school where she spent two years co-creating for performance and studying creative techniques to support well-being of individuals, groups and communities.
Sue loves working with others to achieve new possibilities. She thrives when flanked by fantastic folks and given the flexibility to innovate. Sue’s directs this energy in two distinct yet complimentary ways: as a Process Designer and Facilitator in service to groups and organizations and as a Cultural Innovator in the Media Sector.
Lisa Joy Trick
Lisa is a designer who specializes in systems thinking and ideation for organizations with a social mission. She is passionate about generating ideas and problem-solving from an artistic and asset- based lens.
She is currently on mat leave from her role leading the technology and innovation strategy for the Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI), a social services agency that supports people with developmental disabilities. At BACI she leads digital projects; innovates operations, and leads community development project.
Before working in the non profit sector, she studied Design at OCAD University and worked as Art Director, focused on branding and web design. Lisa brings a unique design thinking lens to the human services sector, participating in social innovation projects across BC