Community Engagement & Event Coordinator, CIPSRT
Primary Email: Katie.Schutz.at.uregina.ca
Katie is an expert community collaborator, consensus builder, and organizer. Katie Schutz has significant experience working for non-profits and charities in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Ontario, as well as international experience in Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Australia. Katie has supported the advancement of organizations providing support with evidence-based decision making, engaging stakeholders, identifying community needs, and providing strategic planning support and research direction. She has showcased her leadership, teamwork, and motivational skills working for the University of Costa Rica, United Way of Calgary, Addictions and Mental Health Services (AMHS-KFLA), and the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) in Regina. Most recently, Katie was the Coordinator for the Western Hub of the Canadian Philanthropy Partnership Research Network. CIPSRT is excited to bring Katie’s energy and experience to assist us build strategic partnerships and improve the wellness of Canadian public safety personnel.