Julian Griggs, Principal
Julian has developed a reputation as a gifted strategic planner, facilitator and trainer and works with all levels of government, First Nations, and with the not-for-profit sector. His work focuses on collaborative approaches to land use and natural resources management, energy and climate, and aboriginal rights, and his recent projects include:
- researching the emergence shared decision making agreements developed between First Nations and the British Columbia government;
- supporting the negotiation and implementation of land use agreements between First Nations and the Province;
- the design and facilitation of several collaborative initiatives related to energy and climate policy;
- program reviews for the Canadian philanthropic sector; and,
- individual coaching, strategic planning and other organizational development support for progressive advocacy groups and coalitions.
Julian is a Certified Professional Facilitator, an Associate with Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue, and an Associate with Training Resources for the Environmental Community. Julian lives in Vancouver with his wife and three daughters, and enjoys spending time outside on a road bike, in a kayak, or in the mountains on snow or on rock, and inside with a folk guitar in open tuning.