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Amanda Sheedy

Amanda Sheedy
Based in Tio'tia:ke (aka Montreal) on the unceded territory of the Kanyen'kehà:ka (aka Mohawk) with her family, Amanda has supported grassroots community engagement and planning for over 20 years. She is skilled at designing and facilitating processes to help people think together and develop solutions collaboratively, including across sectors. Her work with Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island spans more than 10 years, supporting Indigenous food sovereignty projects and Indigenous-led planning on food, health, research and conservation. Prior to her work as a consultant, Amanda was the Director of Engagement and Development at Food Secure Canada, a national non-profit where she designed and led national engagements to advance food sovereignty policy through coalitions and networks. With degrees in public health, community economic development and environmental health, Amanda brings a nuanced understanding of how we can work together to shape natural and human systems to create the world we want.
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