Team & Consultants

Jacq Brasseur (they/them) – Principal Consultant

An experienced non-profit leader and organizer, Jacq is the principal consultant at Jacq Brasseur Consulting. Jacq is a registered social worker with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers, and has a Masters of Education with a focus on community-based curriculum from the University of Regina.

Jacq is a consultant and community organizer with a passion for building more inclusive workplaces, community spaces, and societies that prioritize marginalized voices and perspectives.

With over a decade of experience in non-profit governance and leadership in diverse environments, Jacq is interested in supporting projects that aim to challenge the ways that things have always been done.

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Nova Latham (she/her) – Administrative Coordinator & Tech Consultant

Our in-house tech wiz, Nova supports the team by providing administrative and technical support.

Nova is an administrative coordinator, tech consultant, and website designer with a passion for making technology more accessible to individuals without an IT background.

Whether it’s live technical support for large meetings, website design, easy to understand documentation and training for new tools (or old tools not being used to their full potential) Nova is dedicated to ensuring the behind the scenes technical issues are minimized or eliminated so that projects can focus on what’s really important: the people.

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Julian Wotherspoon (she/her) – Outreach & Evaluation Consultant

Julian Wotherspoon is an experienced organizer, program coordinator, and researcher with a passion for creative community engagement and knowledge mobilization.

She is determined to reimagine a non-profit sector where all community members are recognized as knowledge holders and program success is determined by those whose lives are most affected by program activities. Her experience spans the health and human service sector from reproductive health advocacy to mental health service implementation to early childhood intervention monitoring, and multidisciplinary collaboration management.

Julian wants to help your team move beyond basic post-event surveys and access the full benefit of a robust and collaborative evaluation plan.

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Paula Krasiun-Winsel (she/her) – Communications Consultant

A natural storyteller and wizard with words, Paula Krasiun-Winsel brings messages to life. She is a community organizer and a skilled Communications Consultant with nearly ten years of experience in the non-profit, movement building, and political sectors. She’s dabbled in professional film post production, too.

Effective communication is about so much more than words on a page. It involves developing a strong voice that commands attention in every media interview, written article, graphic, and social media post. Accessibility and intersectionality are at the heart of Paula’s work (and did we mention she has a big heart?). A well-crafted message should not require a dictionary for the average person to understand.

Paula believes in the power of strong relationships built on trust. She can help you grow your online audience and expand your reach through comprehensive strategies and tactics. If you’re wanting to attract media attention or navigate a tough situation, she can guide you through writing and distributing successful media releases and crisis communications.

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Recent Blog & Updates

Imagining a Progressive Future for Regina

Imagining a Progressive Future for Regina is a community engagement series with Ward 6 Councillor Dan LeBlanc (he/him) & Ward 3 Councillor Andrew Stevens (he/him). This series aims to mobilize and challenge progressives in the Queen City to creatively explore...

Fransaskqueer Project with La Cité

Fransaskqueer Project with La Cité

We are so excited to be working on a collaborative project with La Cité about fransaskois queer and trans identity & experiences in Saskatchewan. This project will see three components that we hope will engage both fransaskois queer folks and fransaskois allies to...