Professional Services Directory

Rainbow’s End Consulting

Rebecca Fenton

Rebecca has 28 years experience working in the North. She has been an Instructor, Family Educator, Early Childhood Specialist, and owner of Rainbow’s End Consulting for 22 years. She has completed contracts for a wide variety of organizations and government departments. Rebecca has expertise in instructing workshops, program/agency evaluations, curriculum development, program coordination, event planning, volunteer recruitment/coordination, feasibility studies, application writing, and research projects. In addition to a strong work ethic, her deliverables are always on time and of a high standard. Rebecca has travelled to 12 Yukon communities and has an excellent understanding of health and social issues relevant to Yukon people.

  • Event Organizing
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Policy Analysis/Development
  • Program Evaluation
  • Proposal Writing/Report Writing
  • Research
  • Strategic Planning
  • Volunteer Management

Damien Cludts

Damien Cludts

Experienced coordinating projects, services and people; Experienced in teaching technology and computer classes; Strong time management and organizational skills; Fully proficient in English and French; Well-versed in troubleshooting software and equipment; Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office; Strong knowledge in ERP, Google AdWords and Facebook Ads; Maintaining excellent relations with local businesses and stakeholders

  • Communications/Media Relations
  • Computer Technical Support
  • Research
  • Staff Management
  • Volunteer Management
  • Website Design or Hosting

Westropp Management

Amos Westropp

I am an organizational improvement expert providing a range of advisory services, such as strategic planning, board governance training, policy development and research

  • Board Governance Training
  • Organizational Assessment & Change
  • Policy Governance (Carver Model)
  • Research

Malloch Consulting Services

Mal Malloch

MALLOCH CONSULTING SERVICES is a management consulting practice established in 2000 and based in Whitehorse, Yukon. Principal P.I. (Mal) Malloch brings to his engagements over 40 years’ experience including over 15 years’ consulting experience and almost 30 years’ experience in Yukon settings. The focus of his practice includes projects in General research, Program evaluation studies, Strategic planning, Organizational development, Human resource management, All forms of process facilitation Mal has extensive experience as a facilitator and trainer. He has worked with numerous boards of directors on such things strategic planning and various aspects of board development. As well, he has trained directors in conducting effective meetings, program evaluation, policy development and other topics. He has personally served on many boards and has chaired half a dozen or so.

  • Coaching/Leadership Development
  • Communications/Media Relations
  • Conflict Resolution/Mediation
  • Event Organizing
  • Organizational Assessment & Change
  • Policy Analysis/Development
  • Program Evaluation
  • Research
  • Staff Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team Building
  • Volunteer Management

plan:write consulting

Roslyn Woodcock

Senior administrative management professional with a background in leadership and public service. In-depth knowledge of community development issues, particularly pertaining to rural, northern and first nation’s communities. Brings extensive practical experience in program development, management and review.

  • Coaching/Leadership Development
  • Program Evaluation
  • Project Management
  • Proposal Writing/Report Writing
  • Research
  • Staff Management

StrategyNorth Inc.

Travis Armour

Travis Armour (Master’s Degree, Economics, Queen’s University) StrategyNorth is a professional team of consultants – based in Whitehorse and Yellowknife – with over 100 years of combined experience working with leadership of not-for-profits, and federal, territorial and First Nation governments in the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Joining Mr. Armour (principal consultant| economist | pioneer in impact-based governance) as associates are Mr. David Ramsay (former NWT Minister of Industry, Tourism & Investment and Minister of Justice/Attorney General), Thomas Shepard (Social Innovation Consulting) and Jennifer Wakegijig (MBA, Wake Consulting). StrategyNorth specializes in: impact-based strategic planning and implementation; Board|Council|Executive governance; impact-based organization and program evaluation (Canadian Evaluation Society member); policy|program research, analysis, design and development; and community consultation and engagement. In working with northern and First Nation governments and not-for-profit organizations, StrategyNorth understands the importance of building relationships and connections to create results that reflect cultural values, knowledge and traditions, and to work with organizations and people in a way that is engaging, respectful and supportive.

  • Board Governance
  • Impact-Based Strategy Governance
  • Organizational Assessment & Change
  • Policy Analysis/Development
  • Program Evaluation
  • Research

Judy Oberlander and Associates Inc.

Judy Oberlander

Judy specializes in the design and delivery of fundraising strategies, community engagement programs, leadership development workshops and board retreats for non-profit and charitable organizations, foundations and government agencies.

  • Coaching/Leadership Development
  • Communications/Media Relations
  • Fundraising
  • Policy Analysis/Development
  • Research
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team Building

RavenQuest Consulting

Katelyn Friendship

Since 2009, RavenQuest has worked on a variety of projects related to environment and health, including community-based, interdisciplinary, and participatory research initiatives. Experience includes: Assisting in the designing, developing, and implementation of research project process and methodology, including project evaluation; Qualitative research methods (interview, focus group, survey skills and data analysis and interpretation of research findings); Prepare proposals and technical reports, editing, literature reviews and literary research, presentations; Produce reports and plain-language documents for diverse audiences; Professional minute taking and note-taking, including development of action items.

  • Event Organizing
  • Policy Analysis/Development
  • Research

Partners

Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY)
Yukon College
YuWin

Sponsors

Yukon News
What’s Up Yukon
CJUC 92.5 FM : Community Radio

Funders

Community Services
Advanced Education