As an executive body of decision-makers it was extremely important for the Secretariat to find a facilitator that could get to the heart of an issue quickly, while enabling participants to take ownership of the outcome. Marguerite filled this role and I wouldn’t hesitate to request her services again.
Dawn Carr / Executive Director | Canadian Parks Council
Marguerite has a real talent for expressing the thoughts, theme and feelings of an event while it’s happening. It’s amazing to watch her reflect back your contribution graphically as she captures the essence of an event.
Lynn M. Hennigar / Publisher | Lighthouse Now
As a very talented visual artist, she has been able to captivate our imaginations and hearts in this important pioneering work for the NSHRC. Her work is not only visually appealing it also provides a graphic illustration that supports learning and a deeper understanding of the bigger picture of a very complex and sensitive issue.
Tracey L. Williams / Director and CEO Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission
She is one of the best graphic facilitators in the field, producing murals that are aesthetically artful as well as astutely synthesized to capture and convey meaning. Her work is much more than a creative embellishment—she helps groups navigate through the arc of their session while keeping track of where they have come from and where they are headed. This is particularly valuable in helping participants see that their contributions are being heard, recognized, and incorporated.
Susan Szpakowski / Executive Director of the Authentic Leadership in Action (ALIA) Institute
Marguerite is one of the most talented graphic recorders I know. A deep practice of hosting and sensing and a devotion to the craft of harvesting makes her an astonishing asset to any facilitation team. Your spaces will be braver by working with her.