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.
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Roxane’s passion for environmental solutions first began with her undergraduate degree in Environmental Design (2012) and grew more deeply while completing her Master in Landscape Architecture (2016). Roxane has over 10 years of experience in land related communication, design, and consultation with her background in landscape architecture and sustainability. She works closely with CWC clients to provide writing, graphic design, and program and project management services. Roxane is proficient in Adobe CS (Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator), AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office.
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.
Shubham is motivated by finding meaningful solutions to environmental issues using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He comes from an educational background in Environmental Studies, GIS, Geography, and Water Sciences. Shubham has experience in teaching, managing projects and databases, performing geospatial analysis, and cartography. He is a licensed drone pilot and provides GIS and data management services to CWC.