SSCG is growing! Over the last year, we have been extremely fortunate. Our work is gaining recognition, our clients thrilled by the results. We’ve come to establish ongoing relationships with clients, who now come back to SSCG time and again any time they need outside support. And we’ve been expanding our client-base, forming new relationships, and showing an increasing number of people who we are and what we can do.
In fact, we now have so much work that we’ve had to ask ourselves: do we say no or do we grow? Our mission is to support positive change that improves the health of our society and environment–so the decision was obvious.
We reached out and are excited to say that we’ve expanded our team with some kick ass social and environmental consultants:
Sarah Brown, MPL
Role: Senior Consultant, Environmental Lead
Sarah specializes in managing projects and facilitating collaborations that empower teams and organizations to tackle complex issues and achieve meaningful outcomes. Her areas of knowledge and impact span across climate change mitigation and adaptation, energy systems, sustainability planning, governance, and policy development. Sarah brings over 7 years of experience in project management, community engagement, strategic planning, and knowledge mobilization in the municipal government, non-profit, and academic sectors. Sarah has an undergraduate degree in Environment & Business, a graduate degree in Urban & Regional Planning, and is a member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute.
Jeyagobi (Gobi) Jeyaratnam, MPH
Role: Health Equity Consultant
Jeyagobi (Gobi) Jeyaratnam has expertise in health promotion and qualitative research methods. He specializes in conducting equity-based assessments and program evaluations. He views every project as an opportunity to engage, collaborate, and do good work.
Role: Crime Prevention Consultant
Audrey is a professional consultant and criminology master’s candidate at the University of Ottawa. Audrey supports SSCG’s work with the Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention (CMNCP), by providing French translation and supporting the development of strategies aiming to build capacity and mobilize Canadian municipalities to prevent and reduce crime and foster community safety and well-being.