Wellington Advocacy Launches New Engagement Practice, WA Engagement

Public consultation experts to help business, government, and community organizations with informed decision-making services

November 16, 2021

Today, Wellington Advocacy launched WA Engagement, a full-service public consultation and engagement practice that will connect communities and strengthen relationships between government, business and community members through meaningful dialogue.

WA Engagement welcomes Brittany Baltimore as Vice President of Engagement to build on her previous work and passion as a community builder.  An experienced specialist and facilitator, Brittany has a comprehensive resume of working on everything from large scale municipal infrastructure projects to small, facilitated community engagements and is IAP2 certified. Most recently, Brittany served as Executive Director of Government Caucus for Alberta’s United Conservative Party Caucus.

“In my experience, the art of meaningful engagement relies on the perfect combination of strong planning, the identification of community values and a commitment to the process,” said Brittany Baltimore. “Our methods will align different ideas, values and backgrounds to help your organization make informed and strategic choices on complex issues.”

Working collaboratively with your team, WA Engagement experts will work to develop an engagement strategy informed by our expertise and experience. Unique to your goals, we will provide a range of tested and responsible strategies from in-person to digital tactics.

“We are thrilled to welcome Brittany and her engagement experience to the Wellington team,” said Nick Koolsbergen, CEO Wellington Advocacy. “It’s never been more important for governments, businesses and community members to have strong relationships with the public and Brittany’s unique knowledge, experience and network will be a huge asset to organizations large and small.”

Companies and organizations looking for help building and executing government relations and communications strategies, digital campaigns, stakeholder coalitions or running political campaigns can contact Wellington Advocacy at: contact@wellingtonadvocacy.com