Christina Schlattner enjoys facilitating,
managing and evaluating community projects, most
recently with First Nations in Western Canada.
Christina holds an M.A. in adult education,
specializing in transformative learning.
With a particular interest on personal
empowerment and social transformation,
Christina’s goal in any project is always the
enhancement of people’s lives. Among other
projects, she has designed and taught workshops
moving young entrepreneurs toward their goals;
worked with survivors of abuse to empower their
lives; and been central to a bold initiative for
development in aboriginal communities.
Christina’s recent work with the New Economy
Development Group include conducting interviews,
focus groups and research with First Nations for
evaluating land use policy, women’s shelters,
and energy use.