Who Do You Want to Reach?

We empower organizations to increase their influence and impact. By pairing evidence-based approaches with authentic, collaborative relationship building we are able to generate solutions tailored to your unique stakeholder group and objectives. Our expertise lies in making complex concepts resonate with a range of cross-sector audiences. We work with clients from academic, government, justice, non-profit, technology and other sectors.

Authenticity & Rigour

We provide guidance on how to relate to diverse stakeholders from grassroots organizations to regulatory entities to the general public. We design approaches that enable your organization to:

Increase stakeholder awareness and generate engagement on key initiatives

Establish, track and measure strategic goals

Prioritize equity, diversity and inclusion

Conduct meaningful and ethical consultations with diverse communities

Execute targeted outreach campaigns

Attract new collaborators


Strategic Planning

Partnership Development



Program Design & Evaluation

Content Development


Sabreena Delhon

Founder & Principal

Sabreena Delhon is a leading public sector strategist with a decade of experience in developing and executing engagement initiatives that deliver complex information to diverse audiences.

She has directed provincial research studies that examine public perceptions of the justice system. Results have informed the work of Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General and are required reading in access to justice courses at law schools across Canada.

In 2016, Delhon conceived, coordinated and launched the first annual Access to Justice Week, bringing together government, community and justice-sector partners to examine complex issues such as digital inclusion, Indigenous child welfare and public legal education from new perspectives. A2J Week events attracted more than 650 attendees to hear from 150 leading speakers, generated earned media coverage in 25 outlets across digital, print and broadcast outlets, and was recognized by the Attorney General of Ontario, Federal Justice Minister and Chief Justice of Canada. The A2J Week framework has since been adopted by other regions across the country.

Delhon created and hosted Architects of Justice, Canada’s first narrative-form podcast on current topics and issues in the access to justice sector. Designed to spark urgent conversations both within the legal profession and beyond, its episodes have been downloaded thousands of times. It is the first podcast to be accredited by the Law Society of Ontario.

Delhon frequently writes about diversity and has been featured on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition and various legal blogs. She is a Fellow at Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue and Massey College. Delhon holds an M.A. in Sociology from Dalhousie University and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Alberta.

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