At Drawing Change, we work with incredible clients who are making the world a better place. We partner with changemakers, innovators and leaders in healthcare, education, governance, Indigenous organizations, and across the private sector.
Browse our portfolio to see how we use graphic facilitation, graphic recording, meeting facilitation and strategic illustration to help groups engage, solve problems, and communicate complex ideas. Knowledge translation is our favourite.
In 2022, we are both 100% digital and doing some work in-person. We can collaborate with you to create virtual or face to face meetings that are effective and participatory. Digital graphic recording, and digital facilitation can amplify your work online, and connect your team virtually.
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Sustainable Development Goals and York University
DEI and Design Thinking Educators Conference
Illustrated Provincial Peer Support Curriculum
Ending Gender Based Violence on Post Secondary Campuses
Radioactive Nuclear Waste Summit 2021
CAHSPR – Visualizing Health Inequities
World Health Organization: Infodemic
BCPSQC: Community Action Teams and the Opioid Crisis
Seniors Housing Lab Forum
Meeting Facilitation in 2020 – 2021
Online graphic recording for Veterinarians in the North
Simple, Complicated and Complex Decision-Making – new visual
Sam brings a thoughtful, creative, collaborative and values-informed approach to his facilitation work. He works skillfully with complexity without getting bogged down by it – an essential skill for all facilitators and one that’s especially useful in the health sector, where we deal with complexity every day. Sam’s an expert in purposeful process design and working effectively with diverse groups. When you’re working with meeting participants who are busy and juggling competing demands, every minute counts. With Sam as our facilitator, I know that we’ll make the most of our time together and that folks will leave the room feeling energized and heard.
Zena Sharman, Ph.D.
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research