• imperial - socio-economic indigenous collaboration

  • Trans Mountain Expansion Project - indigenous inclusion with a focus on Employment, training + regulatory management

  • TerraPro - indigenous inclusion strategic planning and management

  • RJ Maclean tank services - indigenous inclusion strategic planning

  • Pembina - community investment program

  • universal geomatics solutions corp. - indigenous inclusion strategic planning  

Nice words from colleagues and clients

“I was referred to Annie by a respected colleague upon seeking advice about an initiative to revitalize our Indigenous inclusion program at Universal Geomatics Solutions Corp. Looking to create a more robust and effective program, we needed to find a way to overcome the challenges that had been limiting our results over the past decade. Annie has been instrumental in facilitating the creation of an integrated Indigenous inclusion program at our company, through which we have already begun to see meaningful results, even before official program launch. Annie’s method has been to tailor a program specific to the culture and operations of our company, including strategy and work plan development in order to provide us with the tools to be able to successfully manage our program going forward. She provides timely and pivotal support, and continues to exceed expectations. Annie is positive, professional, and an expert in her field, for these reasons, I highly recommend her and her services at Rise Consulting.” Mandy Lunn, VP Strategic Growth, Universal Geomatic Solutions Corp.

“Annie is a strong leader and strategic thinker who works in a collaborative way with the people around her. I worked with Annie on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project and found her ability to synthesise an issue and work toward a solution utilising the strengths and skills of those around her to be outstanding. Annie is highly organised and an excellent communicator making working with her a pleasure. She is also a genuinely kind and pleasant person with a strong understanding of Aboriginal engagement, regulatory elements and economic principles.” Julie Greenwood, CH2M (formerly TERA Environmental Consultants)