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Giving Unheard Voices a Seat at the Table, with Sara Goldvine

Episode 57

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Sara Goldvine is Vice-President of Communications with BC Housing (British Columbia). Sara brings broad experience from the public, non-profit, and private sectors to her role. She has a track record of effecting meaningful change in purpose-driven organizations through leadership roles with Coast Capital Savings, TVO, Toronto Community Housing, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and the B.C. Legislature.

Outside of work, Sara serves on the Board of Governors for the Business Council of B.C. and the Board of Directors for the Cedar Cottage Food Network. She holds an Accredited in Public Relations (APR) designation from the Canadian Public Relations Society, has a Master of Communications Management from McMaster University, and a Bachelor of Arts, Political Science from the University of British Columbia (Honours)

What you will learn in this episode:

  • Why Sara believes staying curious is the best thing someone in PR can do
  • Why listening is the best way to make your company relevant
  • Why it’s important to listen to and amplify the voices of those who do not have a seat at the decision-making table
  • How two-way communication can make us better advocates
  • Sara’s critical rules for ethical, impactful storytelling


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