Deborah Hinton

Hinton: Communication
Based in Montreal, QC, serving organizations across Canada

Deborah is an experienced coach, consultant and facilitator. She works with her clients to help them deliver business results while creating significant value for the people that work for them and for the people and communities they serve. She specialises in helping her clients design and implement human-centred communication strategies that energise leader, team and organizational plans.

Deborah is currently a strategic mentor to Le Salon 1861, the B-Corp, Quo Vadis’ most recent sustainable community development project in the southwest borough of Montreal. She also served as a member of the 2015 Dobson Cup Jury for social enterprise stream and successfully led the feasibility and social business modeling studies for an urban farming project in the downtown.

Deborah is also a founding member of Women Investing for Impact [WIFI] a group that regularly explores ways to enable not-for-profits and social entrepreneurs through impact investments and sustainable business models. She is also a founding board member of the Peace Grantmakers Network and has served on the executive board and continues to actively support Equitas, an international NGO that designs and delivers transformative human rights education program across Canada and around the world.