Leadership 2020 Participant Resources

Cohort lists, facilitator bios, contact info, and webinar links

Cohort Pages

Find your cohort and view archived webinar presentations and discussion notes, contact lists and information, photos, and more.

Blended Program

Blended Cohort 1 (2013)

Blended Cohort 2 (2013-14)

Blended Cohort 3 (2015)

Blended Cohort 4 (2015)

Blended Cohort 5 (2015-16)

Blended Cohort 6 (2016)

Blended Cohort 7 (2018)

Indigenous Focus Program

Indigenous Focus Cohort 1 (2013–14)

Indigenous Focus Cohort 2 (2014–15)

Indigenous Focus Cohort 3 (2015–16)

Indigenous Focus Cohort 4 (2016–17)

Pilot Program

Community Pilot Cohort (2011)

Certificate Program

2019 Certificate Cohort

Meet the Leadership 2020 Hosting Team

Caitlin Frost

Caitlin Frost is a highly experienced leadership coach, facilitator, and trainer with more than 25 years of experience working with non-profit organizations, government, communities and businesses. Caitlin works with collaborative and participatory processes and methods designed to effectively engage complex adaptive challenges (and opportunities) and work together across differences. Caitlin’s coaching focuses on helping people to identify and transform the limiting beliefs and patterns that keep them stuck, enabling them to access their full capacity for wise, clear thinking, communication and action. Caitlin is a Certified Facilitator of The Work and a Steward of the Art of Hosting. www.caitlinfrost.ca

Chris Corrigan

Chris is an internationally recognized facilitator, trainer, and writer, focusing on leading edge consultation and conversation methodologies To help organizations and communities address complexity.  Chris works extensively with non-profits, foundations, Aboriginal organizations and communities and has participated in cutting-edge work to redesign the child welfare system for Aboriginal children. He is a partner in Harvest Moon Consultants and co-leads Art of Hosting training and complexity workshops worldwide. www.chriscorrigan.com

Rebecca Ataya Lang

Rebecca holds degrees in Child and Youth Care and Social Work and has worked in the community social services sector for 20 years. In 2009 she brought her experience as a practitioner and leader in direct services to her work at The Federation where she is currently the Director of Programs and Services. Rebecca is deeply inspired by the caring and innovative work that she sees daily.

Kelly Foxcroft-Poirier

With a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Emily Carr (ECIAD), has been a practitioner facilitation methods and frameworks through the Art of Hosting and Visual Facilitation at UBC for 13 years. Kelly is deeply influenced by community values and a spirit of innovation; gifting forward a strong sense of ingenuity, imagination, and resilience in all of her work. Constantly inspired by her Tseshaht roots and her grandfather’s background in organizing, advocacy and workers rights, Kelly combines playful courageous curiosity to shift into places and possibilities where courage and vulnerability gift forward connection, potential and community building.

Annemarie Travers

Having “graduated” after over 35 years in government in the areas of social work, facilitation, leadership and adult education, Annemarie now applies her diverse skills to areas where she feels she can make her best contribution. Building from life lessons learned through reflection on multiple pilgrimage walks, she welcomes new opportunities and challenges. Annemarie remains fiercely committed to continuing to work collaboratively with the Leadership 2020 team supporting the leaders of today and tomorrow. She is currently exploring research on a conscious and positive transition to retirement and volunteers with the Alzheimer Society.