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Key Issues Series: Brave New Work

Public Policy Forum

In 2018, the Public Policy Forum, with the support of TD Bank, began a three year project called “Brave New Work: Building Prosperity in the Changing World of Work”.

The goal of the project is to bring government, employers, education providers, labour groups, researchers and other individuals together to find new ways forward to help Canadians to prosper in a changing world of work.

Partnering with Brian Topp, former Chief of Staff to Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Theresa contributed a publication to the project making a number of recommendations to the federal government and provincial and territorial governments.

Read the report:  Managing Precarious Work: Three Canadian Models for Rebalancing Bargaining Power in the Future of Work

Business and Online Store Launch


When Toronto-area botanical perfume company MOOD HONEY was getting ready to make their big launch into the online market, they came to Theresa to help them make a big splash.

In advance of the store opening, Theresa helped MOOD HONEY tell their story about how mood truly matters – and how their quality botanical scents can help improve the moods of their customers and support mental health initiatives.

One dollar from the sale of each MOOD HONEY perfume is donated to Women’s College Hospital: Canada’s largest clinical and research program focused on women’s mental health that addresses the unique physiological, biological and social needs of women.

2020 Leadership Election and Convention

Ontario Liberal Party

In 2019-20, Theresa played a leading role in creating and executing the communications plan for the Ontario Liberal Party’s 2020 Leadership Election and Convention.

During the election process, Theresa crafted audience-specific messaging targeting thousands of Ontario Liberal Party supporters across the province. By the membership cut-off date, over 37,000 people signed up as party members.

Over 3,000 people attended the convention that culminated in the selection of Steven Del Duca as Ontario Liberal Party Leader.

2018 City of Toronto Mayoral Campaign

Jennifer Keesmaat

The Keesmaat Mayoral campaign was a whirlwind 87 day grassroots effort to offer a progressive alternative in Canada’s largest city.

As a senior member of the campaign team, Theresa deployed her full skillset as Director of Fundraising, occasional speech and content writer, and by providing strategic political and policy advice to the candidate and team.

Despite launching her campaign on the final day of candidate declarations, Keesmaat placed second out of 35 candidates and received more votes than any other female politician in Ontario during the 2018 municipal election cycle.