Our collaborative approach means that we work with a variety of professionals depending on the project and the client's needs.
For projects that require specialized stakeholder communications support, we are pleased to work with Emma Shea, APR
Emma Shea is a senior stakeholder engagement and public relations professional, with over a decade of experience and a proven track record in strategic planning, implementation and overall management of communication and engagement programs, including with Indigenous communities. Her experience has formed in various sectors including regulatory, non-profit, corporate and agency. Prior to starting her own firm, EJS Public Relations, Emma was employed for 9 years at Communica Public Affairs, western Canada’s leading stakeholder and First Nations engagement specialty consulting firm.
Over the last decade, Emma has been responsible for introducing large-scale energy and infrastructure projects into communities and developing successful relationships with potentially impacted stakeholders and First Nations on behalf of her clients. Today, Emma focuses her service offerings on supporting organizations in developing positive working relationships with the public and impacted stakeholders. She has the unique ability to identify risks and gaps in an organizations’ public relations and stakeholder engagement processes, and provides needed capacity to address those risks in a timely manner. A highly effective and organized project manager, Emma guides teams to create successful communication strategies that are tailored for each project.