PMB consultants are certified design thinking and creative problem-solving practitioners. We use a plethora of tools and techniques to equally engage all those who have a stake in the problem or opportunity at hand. Some of the many tools we are certified to use include:
Kelly (she/her) started her 25+ year career in health and human services on the frontlines of social work but comes to PMB as a senior leader in community health. After earning her BSW from University of Regina, she intentionally cultivated a career with purpose-driven organizations committed to creating and improving inclusive systems for marginalized communities. Leading teams at local, regional, and provincial levels she has amassed a breadth of knowledge and expertise in change-management, person-centred service model design, applying LEAN methodology, strategic planning and day-to-day operations and service delivery. Kelly is certified in Advanced Systems Leadership (Rotman), Clinical Leadership (York) and Compassionate Inquiry. Kelly shares her experience with PMB’s clients, building innovative cultures and quality processes that exceed their goals by fostering kindness, creativity, courage, and the freedom to fail forward.
Tia (she/her) thrives on helping others. Being highly organized, she helps “run the show” from behind-the-scenes and picks up tasks wherever she can be of most help. With her computer skills, project experience, and ability to successfully juggle administrative work, Tia wears many hats at PMB. With a degree in Business Administration and experience in a college innovation lab, Tia provides fresh eyes and a new perspective on projects. Tia is passionate about social innovation and providing people with an exceptional customer service experience. While striving to support meaningful communication and life-long learning, Tia enthusiastically fosters an inclusive and supportive environment.
Nicole (she/her) is an internationally medaled athlete, explorer, and a lifelong student. She believes in taking in all the information she can and applying it to her life and trying to figure out what she will do next. As CEO of her own business for the past ten years, Nicole is ready to start a different path. Nicole is thrilled with the new adventure of working with People Minded Business. In her final year as a General Arts and Science student, at Loyalist College, Nicole is excited to integrate her education about communication, diversity and leadership with PMB. Her past twenty years of experience as a public speaker will enhance her role as a leader with PMB’s philosophy of WITHology. As a self-advocate, Nicole will apply her critical thinking ability to the discussions and activities with PMB. Nicole loves to try new things, sometimes she fails, but she finds exploring options is a good a way to keep herself wide open to new opportunities. Nicole frequently reminds herself that if she doesn’t try new things, how will she know what will actually work?
With a skill set that spans many industries, clients refer to Charlene (she/her) as a woman of many talents. She is a researcher at heart: a must-find-the-answers kind of person. Prior to consulting, Charlene was an Officer in the Canadian Forces. She earned her Master of Arts degree at the Royal Military College of Canada, where she had the privilege of working with, and learning from, many leaders in the Defence community. She has extensive experience in the development of team-based integrated strategic and business planning, and Balanced Scorecard processes, in both the public service and private sectors. As a published author and part-time photographer, Charlene excels at communication across all platforms. She was formerly a member of the Defence Women’s Advisory Organization and the Regina Strategic Planners Network. Charlene has always worked for organizations that make a difference in the community and strongly believes that an adaptable team is the foundation for success.
Clint (he/him) contributes extensive experience and knowledge in the areas of business, finance management, board governance, leadership, and community services to People Minded Business projects. Clint has been a Canada Lands Company board member since 2009. Canada Lands Company is a self-financing, federal Crown corporation that specializes in real estate, development and attractions management. For the past 20 years, he has been President and CEO of Pacific Developmental Pathways Ltd, a private developmental services organization. Its services are located in the municipalities of Langley and Chilliwack, British Columbia. In 1990, he was elected as a City Councillor and subsequently served as Mayor of Chilliwack from 1999 to 2008. He is also President of Hames & Associates Consulting Ltd. Clint was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal for community service in 2003.