Staff

Brennan Mckay is Treaty from the Pine Creek First Nation. He came to Winnipeg seven years ago from dauphin, Manitoba, where he attended highschool and is now a recent graduate of CDI college for social media marketing. Other passions of his include dance (jigging/ square dancing, contemporary and pow-wow) and photography.   Brennan is working on Urban Shaman’s new partnership project with Winnipeg Trails Association called The Speech Act Project. In each language there is a differing philosophy between meaning, the constitution of sentences, concepts, learning, thoughts, references and intentionality. In philosophy of language and linguistics, a speech act is something

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Anders Swanson

Anders Swanson

Executive Director Anders Swanson is a multi-disciplinary designer and sustainable transportation policy expert with a impactful history of implementation and innovation related to walking, cycling and all other forms of human mobility. His unique approach combines old fashioned community organizing with politics, a love of innovative technology with a profound curiosity about children’s mobility and data, a solid grounding in international best practices with a unique understanding of human activity in the winter and a penchant for combining science and the art of telling a story. Anders leads the development of BikeWalkRoll and CounterPoint and is co-founder of the Plain

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Leigh Anne Parry

Project Manager, Administrator, Volunteer Extraordinaire, Culture Shifter Leigh Anne Parry is grateful to have spent most of her life on treaty one territory. Much of Leigh Anne’s work has focused on both small-scale and large scale culture shifts and establishing foundations for strong organizations capable of bringing a large group of people’s ideas to fruition. With a keen interest in creative problem-solving and amplifying the aspirations of other people, Leigh Anne approaches much of her work from the perspective of an interdisciplinary artist and collaborator. For the last five years she has collaborated with a team at Winnipeg Trails Association

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