Duncan is a researcher, writer, and editor with an interest in supporting community organizations. He looks forward to working as a Community Animator to create engaging content and learning materials, and help maintain Tamarack’s online spaces.
Duncan comes to Tamarack by way of York and Queen’s University, with experience studying Psychology, Philosophy, and Law. Most recently, Duncan worked in the charitable sector designing and producing e-learning courses, as well building online communities of practice.
He grew up aspiring to be a writer, and has increasingly been involved in the Toronto arts scene. Duncan writes both fiction and non-fiction, and interviews authors, filmmakers, and public thinkers for a variety of publications.
Based in Guelph, Ontario, Duncan spends his time writing, cooking, and hiking with his wife
A Train-the-Trainer Workshop
This 2-day workshop is designed to build your capacity to mobilize, launch and sustain Collective Impact Initiatives by providing you with theory, resources and opportunities to practice with – and learn from – your peers.
Collective Impact: Leading Theory to Action is specially designed for backbone staff and/or consultants and facilitators supporting Collective Impact efforts. Participants will be immersed in Collective Impact content that will increase their ability to train others by providing capacity building learning to their leadership tables and community volunteers.