Remote Office:Windsor, Ontario
Adam Vasey is Director of Policy, Learning and Evaluation with Vibrant Communities. He brings to this position a passion for using policy and systems changes to reduce poverty and build equitable, inclusive communities.
Prior to joining Tamarack, Adam spent eight years as Director of Pathway to Potential, Windsor-Essex County’s Poverty Reduction Strategy, and more recently as Director of Advocacy, Outreach and Education with the Downtown Mission in Windsor. While at Pathway to Potential, Adam was actively involved in the Cities Reducing Poverty network, which played a key role in accelerating the impact of local poverty reduction efforts.
Adam has a Master of Social Work degree and Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor, and a Master of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. He is currently an instructor in the University of Windsor’s MSW/JD and MSW for Working Professionals programs.
Adam is deeply committed to community building and enjoys volunteering with a variety of organizations that are involved in social justice work. When he is not working, Adam enjoys spending time with family and friends, getting out into nature, doing hot yoga, reliving childhood dreams through softball, and watching indie bands play in the Windsor/Detroit area. He currently calls Windsor, Ontario home with his partner Gemma and daughters Liana and Amara.
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Over 4 days, explore the 5 interconnected practices every changemaker needs to move from ideas, to practice, to impact. Through workshops, open space dialogue, tools, immersive tours, and peer input processes, go deep into one approach or advance your skills in each.
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