Senior Consultant, Workplace Initiatives, CMHA BC
Margaret frequently presents at conferences on strategic approaches to psychological health and safety in the workplace, as well as delivering workshops to help managers and union leaders develop the knowledge and skills to more effectively deal with mental health issues. She managed CMHA’s National Bottom Line Conferences from 2011 until 2013.
Prior to joining CMHA in 2005, she held positions as Senior Advisor, Executive Development for the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business; Director, Client Service Delivery with Western Economic Diversification Canada; and in Canada’s foreign service at embassies abroad.
Margaret graduated from the University of Calgary and then the University of Montpellier (France) with a Maïtrise ès letters (MA). She also completed executive training through the National Defence College, UBC Sauder School of Business, and the Canadian Centre for Executive Development.
Participants in Margaret’s workshops say they value “the practical advice, the realistic case studies, the knowledgeable presenter” as well as her “exemplary level of professionalism and dedication to customizing the workshop material.”