Jan 29, 2019
Jessie Sutherland, M.A in Dispute Resolution, Director and Founder Intercultural Strategies, Adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia School of Community and Regional Planning, is the founder and innovator of the award winning Finding Home™ neighbourhood dialogue and capacity building program and best selling author of the book Worldview Skills: Transforming Conflict from the Inside Out.
A skilled facilitator, trainer, author and speaker. Jessie Sutherland catalyzes and empowers people to do their best work together with exponential and lasting impact. Her mission in life is to build cultures of belonging one community at a time.. Her goal is to infuse a values-based approach to create corporate, community and educational cultures that foster quality relationships, effective problem solving skills, high levels of engagement and collaboration to generate innovation and achieve a common purpose.
Jessie is fluently bilingual, has over 20 years experience in community building and engagement; leadership development; conflict resolution; dialogue; and values based decision making processes. In Canada, she has lived and worked in British Columbia, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and northern Indigenous communities. Worldwide, she has lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East, West Africa and South America.
Jessie Sutherland was nominated for the City of Vancouver’s 2014 Remarkable Women Award, celebrating reconciliation—honouring women who build understanding and empathy between people.