REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities. CCI Thought Leader focusing on Inclusion and Transformation, Adaptive Leadership, and Collective Impact
Lindsay Daniller has been involved in a variety of community building work in her original home of South Africa and adopted home of Edmonton. In addition to being a seasoned consultant and facilitator with public, private and community organizations, she has been in a variety of leadership positions in organizations in both countries. This includes a position of Senior Manager of the Tourism Enterprise Partnership in South Africa, where she played a central role whose mandate is to create business, development and transformational opportunities for international tourism, the legacy project for 2010 World Cup™ and opportunities for those who were previously marginalized under apartheid. In Canada, she was Vice President (Communication), Economic Development Edmonton, where working with the business community she helped develop stronger networks and opportunities for Edmonton nationally and internationally. Lindsay currently works as the Director of Community Initiatives and Development at REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities, a new initiative in Edmonton that aims to catalyze and support community action to make Edmonton a safer city. Collective impact is a passion for Lindsay as collectively they tackle complex social issues and knows that you need true resilience to be that backbone in the community.
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