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New Name. New Space. Same Faces.

Health in Common is now Leading4impact - and we’ve moved into a new co-working space, trading in wooden beams and brick walls for lots of windows and granite countertops.

You should drop by and check it out – if not physically, then virtually. We’ve revamped our services and are offering new leadership training options.

Our Learning4impact series of practitioner workshops is now being delivered in partnership with Volunteer Manitoba - you can sign up for our fall workshops here.

While some things have changed, the faces have stayed the same.

Cathy (Executive Director)

Something you may or may not know about me – I don’t like change. Yet here we are, making multiple changes at once. I’m excited and horrified.

New Name. New Space. Same faces, thankfully.

We’ve further incorporated change management into our way of working and expanded our leadership training options in response to feedback from the community.

We have an espresso machine and beer on tap, feel free to stop by and talk about our new learning opportunities – we’d be happy to tailor something for your organization.

Sara (Communications and Engagement)

Like Cathy, I’m also reluctant to change. Luckily, working with the right group of people makes it a little less scary and a lot more fun.

With over 10 years at Health in Common, my role continues to evolve. Project coordination, workshop development and delivery, engaging tool and report design, and general communications (whew) gives me the opportunity to work with all of you – organizations doing truly meaningful work.

Outside of the office, you can find me hanging with my dog, Odin, DIY-ing something around my house, or trying out a new soup recipe.

Cassie (Planning and Leadership Development)

For me, September always feels like a fresh start – an opportunity to get into a new routine, try out some new recipes and of course, stock up on stationary supplies. So, it’s feels like the perfect time for a big shift like this.

After taking on a policy role with the provincial government, I’m back with the Health in Common (L4i) team and so excited to jump into the work with all of you. My role with L4i looks a little bit different now – while I’ll still be providing program evaluation and planning support, you’ll also see me supporting the coordination of L4i’s leadership development opportunities.

The rest of the time, I can be found exploring my neighborhood with my family, hanging out a coffee shop or restoring my new (old) home.

Bohdanna (Evaluation and Data Management)

Working at Health in Common (now Leading4impact) has never been boring and I’m excited as we continue to evolve and adapt to our new realities.

I love my role supporting organizations to learn and improve through evaluation. The last two years I’ve also been learning to use new technology to help organizations use data – satisfying my inner ‘nerd’. Add to this, working with brilliant co-workers and community partners, and it’s hard to imagine a better job.

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