Robert Libbey B.Sc.
Over 25 years of international project management experience with NGO, government
and private sectors in established & developing countries
Direct involvement with refugee/ immigrant issues: access to professions;
settlement; enterprise support
Extensive expertise in the strategic direction, implementation and growth of local
and international not-for-profit and commercial organizations
Established cooperative worker-owned micro-enterprise production facilities in Asia
& Central America
Organized and implemented national & international conferences & workshops
Award winning producer of multi media communications programs
Worked at a community level on development initiatives such as: Employment
Opportunities for Women; Integrating the Blind into the Workforce; Sustainable Aboriginal
Business Development; Community Economic & Social Diversification; Employment Barriers
to Single Parent Women; Native Youth Opportunities; Third World Village Micro-Enterprise
Development; Native Economic Self Determination
Patti Haughian B.A., RSSW
Extensive experience with refugee and immigrant settlement counseling
Guidance to newcomers on such issues as immigration, sponsorship, education,
ESL/FSL, employment, financial assistance, housing
Experience with newcomer employment issues including access to professions
Coordinated Foreign Trained Physicians Program
Research and advocacy regarding refugee issues
Active member of refugee sponsorship and support groups
CONSULTING is a collaboration between
two sets of expertise.
We bring an outside perspective and expertise with knowledge and skills
about diversity, culture and social issues.
Our clients are the experts on their own issues.
Our task is to combine our expertise with your knowledge of the unique nature of
your organization to come up with approaches that will move things forward.
The goal is not to dictate solutions. Each
organization has a different "next step" to take because each situation is