With a background in urban planning, arts and culture, environmental management, stakeholder engagement and research, Sheena channels her experience and out-of-the-box thinking into innovative solutions and strategies that generate unique solutions.
Prior to working on such projects as Sustainable Calgary, State of our City Report, Active Neighbourhoods and new ground-breaking Indigenous speaker series Redx Talks, Sheena started a new conversation by founding Freq. magazine, a publication focusing on arts, culture and the daily issues we face in a rapidly urbanizing population.
After falling in love with all things design, she completed a semester of school in Finland, and later a Master's of Urban Planning at the University of Calgary.
When she isn’t championing great design, you can find her travelling extensively and playing music that makes people want to dance.