ACEC Panel Discussion: Aboriginal Engagement – February 9, Vancouver, BC
Trina Wamboldt, a Management and Communications Consultant at Urban Systems will sit on a 5 person panel that will discuss Aboriginal Engagement at the upcoming Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC) event on February 9th in Vancouver, BC.
Trina has worked alongside professional engineers for most of her career. Trina holds a master’s degree in professional communications and has over 20 years of business and communications experience. Trina’s main areas of practice include strategic planning, community engagement, organizational development, social innovation, and shared value consulting.
Most recently Trina has been working with First Nation governments to create innovative capacity building strategies. Her experience working with public, private and NGO clients enables Trina to bring a uniquely holistic yet practical perspective to her capacity building work. Trina is convinced that society is moving into a social era where businesses, governments, and community organizations who learn how to work together for mutual benefit will thrive while those who cling to traditional siloed approaches will fall behind.
Trina will be called upon to discuss the role of an engineer in aboriginal engagement along with giving some tips based on her experience working alongside engineers at Urban Systems. Trina will be sharing her experiences alongside 4 other panelists; Tom Isaacs, Caroline Moore, Peter Forrester, and Eric B. Alex-Siatlesten.
For more information on each of the panelists and further event details visit; www.acec-bc.ca/events