Provincial Learning Event | October 19, 2021 from 10:30 AM – 12 PM (PST)

Your Communities’ Future – How to Achieve Population-Level Change presented by Paul Born, co-Founder, co-Chief Executive Officer, Tamarack Institute; Founder, Director, Vibrant Communities.

Registration is now open for this session.

This workshop builds on Tamarack’s experience designing and leading large-scale change initiatives for communities.

In this session, participants will:

  • Consider the role of collective action and deep community engagement.
  • Understand how to achieve community innovation that leads to population-level impacts.
  • Learn how to build a common agenda and to achieve a collective impact for sustainable long-term change.

Paul Born has spent the last 20 years coaching communities across Canada and the United States to design and implement large-scale social change initiatives. He grew up in BC as the son of refugees. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of Tamarack Institute, a 40,000-member learning community, and is the founder and director of Vibrant Communities, a Collective Impact movement with campaigns that support Communities Ending Poverty and Cities Deepening Community, Communities Building Youth Futures, and Community Climate Transitions, which are active in over 400 cities.

Paul is also the author of four books including two Canadian best sellers. He is a global faculty member of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute (ABCD) and a senior fellow of Ashoka, the world’s largest network of social innovators. Paul was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2019.

Provincial Learning Events are free webinars that take place the third Tuesday of the month from 10:30 am to 12 pm (PST). Everyone is welcome.

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(Header Photo: Paul Born. Photo courtesy of P. Born.)


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