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Charity Callahan

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A professional management consultant, advisor and change leader with over 25 years’ expertise, Charity empowers organizations to understand their potential and put actions in place to enable the changes necessary to make their plans come to life.

Having worked in numerous countries over the course of her career, Charity understands how to engage all levels of diverse and distributed teams.

She is able to identify solutions to challenging situations and appropriate governance and risk management practices to prioritize opportunities and prevent future occurrences.

This experience enables her to reach all levels of the organization from board rooms, to the field and facilities, identifying the root cause and working with various stakeholders and organizations to bring about the changes needed allowing them to thrive, not just survive. Charity enjoys helping her clients clearly define their vision and realize the changes they are looking to make through her collaborative and facilitative style.

Her years in large global multinationals has afforded her a direct and practical approach while her experience as an entrepreneur in many parts of the world gives her a diverse set of experiences to bring to the table.

Charity has an MBA from Athabasca University and has performed a variety of significant projects while at IBM NZ (2 years) BearingPoint USA (3 yrs.); SAP Consulting (5 yrs.), Management Consulting (7 years); on a local, national and international basis in a variety of industry sectors including: energy; fin-tech; high-technology; not-for-profit (sport, art, foundations and science); manufacturing, professional services, and clean tech. She also worked at Mars Incorporated, Suncor Energy, Talisman Energy now Repsol, Green Life Can Corp, Zen Earth Corp and Revitalize Energy.

Charity has settled in and called Calgary home since 2008 where she has been and continues to be active in her community, advocating for small businesses and building a better future for her family.