Kerri Klein

Kerri Klein

Colombie-Britannique
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Biographie

Kerri has designed processes and projects to support transformative learning for social and environmental impact for the last 15 years. As a learning specialist, facilitator and coach, Kerri has worked with a wide range of sectors and communities. She has a knack for working with diverse teams to identify and name underlying patterns and harvest important insights for positive change. As a Co-Founder and Director of SHIFT Collaborative, Kerri has been a developmental evaluator for Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (2019), Surrey Seeds of Change Collective Impact Initiative (2019), Vancouver Coastal Health’s Community Food Action Initiative (2018), the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City Action Plan (2018), the United Way Better at Home program (2017-2018), and the City of Vancouver’s Healthy City Strategy (2017). From 2013-2017 Kerri was the Learning and Innovation Specialist and Program Manager for BC Healthy Communities (BCHC). She played a lead role in developing Growing Impact: BC’s Next Level of Healthy Communities Leadership. Kerri has a certificate in Community Economic Development, is certified as a Human Systems Dynamics practitioner and has a MA in Environmental Education with a specialization in leadership for social change. Kerri is a member of the Canadian Evaluation Society.

Domaine d’expertise

Engagement constructif, Évaluation évolutive, Impact collectif

Langue(s) de travail

Anglais

Clients Innoweave

Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion, United Way of Thomson Nicola Caribou, Seeds of Change Surrey

Autres clients

City of Vancouver Healthy City Strategy, City of Vancouver Greenest City Action Plan, Vancouver Coastal Health’s Community Food Action Initiative, Island Health Authority, Interior Health Authority, Fraser Health Authority, Fraser Basin Council, BC Housing, Children's Health Foundation of Vancouver Island, United Way Better at Home Program, City of Saanich

Coordonnées de la personne-ressource

Site web: http://www.shiftcollaborative.ca