Krystyna brings over 10 years of experience supporting businesses, governments and organizations in making responsible decisions through meaningful engagement. She creates space for honest conversations and diverse perspectives about complex – and often controversial – projects while ensuring key interests and ideas are heard and reflected in final decisions.
Krystyna is motivated by communicating for a cause. She has led multi-medium advocacy campaigns on behalf of Indigenous communities and not-for-profit organizations across Canada, contributing to critical environmental and social legislation changes. As an important step in her commitment to reconciliation, Krystyna also served as National Deputy Director of the Federal Indian Day Schools Community Support program, connecting Claimants in communities across Canada with culturally safe, trauma-informed Claim Form assistance.