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Bridging Heritage & Environmental Sustainability
Canada’s heritage and environmental past is complex. Your company’s future does not have to be. Need the tools to help your organization communicate its role in Canada’s heritage and environmental sustainability strategy?
Cultivate The Land aims to bridge the gap between heritage and environmental sustainability. By taking into consideration our collective role as inheritors of the lands we inhabit, we develop strategic communications to help strengthen your corporate goals.
To bridge the gap between heritage and environmental sustainability.
To provide communications strategies around heritage and environmental sustainability that impact corporate policies and strategies in organizations.
Awareness of our local environment leads to awareness of our national and collective environment.
It is inevitable. Our environmental history impacts our present day.
To encourage stewardship that goes beyond restitution for the earth, for humans, and biodiversity.
Environmental Communications Meet Corporate Policies: Meet Keasha
Who can tell your story better than an archaeologist?
Bringing more than 15 years of experience engaging public and corporate audiences about heritage and environmental sustainability.
Keasha is an innovative communicator who can connect your story to your corporate strategy. With her unique background in landscape archaeology, public relations, and government relations, Keasha utilizes her expertise in management and corporate training to strategize and maximize employee potential and performance within organizations. Keasha has led a variety of communications initiatives with local, provincial, and national museums, art galleries, and government organizations, and is an active member of the Canadian Public Relations Association. Past experience includes projects and positions held with the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Hudson’s Bay Company, Government of Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport and Tourism, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, and the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).
Consultations are available upon request.