Sophie Martin

Sophie is a team player and a clear thinker.

She is able to simplify and organize complex material to generate insights. A firm believer in the power of listening, she dedicates enormous energy to understanding clients’ specific needs. They work together to tailor effective solutions, transforming vision into action.

Personable and fluently bilingual, Sophie has nearly 10 years of experience in the nonprofit, government, and business sectors. Her experience includes work at the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition where she developed an influential long-term strategy for the industry. She was also Director, Membership at the Montreal chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators and Communications Advisor at the Business Development Bank of Canada.

Sophie’s volunteer work supports communities worldwide. After graduating from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts in International Development and Psychology, she moved to Vancouver to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. She has also volunteered internationally: at a local health organisation in Mexico, at the Stockholm Resilience Center, and in a French high school, experiences that deepened her appreciation for cross-cultural collaboration. Sophie has also helped Handicap International with event planning and awareness building around landmines. Sophie acknowledges that, while her contributions may be a drop in the bucket, the communities and organisations she serves benefit tremendously from her involvement and she feels fulfilled by those cooperative relationships.