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Christopher Werner

Chris has over 20 years of experience supporting Indigenous communities in Canada, which includes traditional land use studies, environmental assessments, community-based consultations, and land advisory services.  His educational background is in the field of Geography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), with areas of particular interest surrounding GIS and Indigenous peoples. Chris excels in multidisciplinary environments, often working closely with other consultants, experts, lawyers, and federal and provincial officials.


Stephen Taubner
Project Coordinator

Stephen has recently completed his undergraduate degree in Geography from the University of Winnipeg, focusing on Urban Systems and Land Use (2023). Coming from a background in digital communications and live event production, Stephen is versed in event planning and logistics as well as having proficiency in Microsoft Office, Adobe CS (Premiere, Photoshop, Lightroom), and videography.

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Joseph Gormaly
GIS Specialist

Joseph has worked four years in Resource Management in the Northwest Territories with Indigenous communities, NGOs, and government. He’s experienced on-the-land, leading field work in environmental monitoring, traditional knowledge collection, and harvest reporting.  He earned a Bachelor of Technology specializing in Geographic Information System from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (2022).  Joseph has a diversity of technical skills and experience with Arc Desktop, Microsoft (Excel, Access, and Publisher), Python, and Feature Manipulation Engine.


Roxane Gratton

Program Manager
and Lead Designer

Roxane completed an undergraduate degree in Environmental Design in 2012 and a Master in Landscape Architecture 2016. Roxane has over 10 years of experience in land-related communication, design, and consultation. She works closely with CWC clients to provide writing, graphic design, photography, and program management services. Roxane is proficient in Adobe CS (Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator), AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office.


Jennifer Bergen
Project Coordinator

Jennifer has recently completed her undergraduate degree in Environmental Design with a focus in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism (2022). Her experience working in urban and remote communities has encouraged her to think critically about environmental and social justice, working towards creating inclusive and welcoming environments. Within CWC, she works with clients to coordinate projects, and offers skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe CS, AutoCAD, and photography.

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