Lesley Southwick Trask, a cultural anthropologist and the architect and implementer of thousands of change interventions in 500+ large-scale organizations, communities and agencies. As a master developer, strategist, and facilitator of state-of-the-art transformative processes, Lesley builds capacity for breakthroughs across teams,organizations and markets. She has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada in the categories of Entrepreneur and Trailblazer (lifetime recognition). These awards followed her recognition as one the Top 50 CEOʼs in Atlantic Canada, and one of the Top 100 Women Business Owners in Canada
Patricia Cuttell Busby has twelve years experience working with companies, organizations, institutions and communities facilitating the development and implementation of strategic plans. She is a collaborator, innovator, strategist, researcher, facilitator, teacher, entrepreneur, global thinker and local implementer. She holds a Masters Degree in Urban and Rural Planning with a focus on building community capacity and has contributed to internationally recognized projects. Her unique insight and understanding of local opportunities has been cultivated through collaborations with community leaders from private and public sectors, applying international experience to local contexts, and seeking out meaningful work that makes a positive difference.