Lisa Casselman

Lisa Casselman is a specialist in community relations, communications and collaboration. She has extensive experience with the design and implementation of public consultation and education programs. Currently, Lisa has her own consulting practice.

Prior to becoming a consultant, Lisa worked for Parks Canada for over twenty years where she held positions such as Park Naturalist, Public Consultation Coordinator, Chief of Environmental Education and Director of Community Affairs.

Lisa has also volunteered for a number of not-for-profit organizations; she also served as Board President of the Calgary SCOPE Society. Her background in both the natural and social sciences provides the balanced perspective that is needed on many issues and projects.

Lisa holds a Masters of Social Work and is a Registered Social Worker in the Province of Alberta. She also earned Bachelor degrees in both Zoology and Social Work.

Featured Project

Alberta Land-use Framework: Public and Stakeholder Consultation

The Land-use Framework (LUF) was a multi-ministerial initiative of the Government of Alberta (GoA) from 2005-2008. The LUF established an approach for governing and managing land, resources, and the natural environment in Alberta. The GoA contracted Praxis to design and implement a multi-phase public consultation process to solicit…