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Rural Health Professions Action Plan (RhPAP) Capacity Building Workshop

Reigniting Your Rural Community Engagement Strategies

April 15, 2021, 11:00 am to12:00 pm (MT)

Tamarack Institute, a Canadian based organization recognized as an international leader in community change education, will be leading an online session called Reigniting Your Rural Community Engagement Strategies

Most of us are experiencing realities where the old way of doing things is no longer possible. How do we engage our communities, and attract and retain connections, when we can’t gather? How can we be creative and do things differently? How can we focus on what’s possible instead of on the limitations? Join Lisa Attygalle, Consulting Director of Community Engagement at the Tamarack Institute, and together we will think through how to reignite your rural community engagement strategies to suit our current times.

 We hope you are able to join us for this session. 

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Workshop Facilitator

LisaAttygalle-137609-editedLisa Attygalle

In her role at Tamarack, Lisa works with municipalities and organizations to help them meaningfully engage their communities. Over the last six years her work has focused on creating authentic engagement strategies and training staff teams, teaching and writing about innovative engagement methodologies, designing and facilitating workshops with a focus on raising the voice of the context expert, integrated communications planning, and the use of technology and creativity for engagement. Lisa advocates for simplicity in infrastructure, frameworks and design and loves applying the principles of marketing, advertising, loyalty, and user experience to community initiatives.

Lisa comes to this work from the private sector where she worked at one of Canada's leading communications firms with clients in agribusiness, healthcare, financial services and technology. Lisa brings private sector knowledge to public sector work. Hailing from Australia, Lisa also worked on major water infrastructure projects as the liaison between municipal government, engineering and the community.