Sherine returned to Edmonton after spending more than two years in Fort McMurray working with the regional municipality leading communications and community engagement projects serving the region. She is from Edmonton and graduated from MacEwan University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Since then she has worked in a variety of areas including research ethics, communications, public engagement, and community infrastructure specializing in Indigenous relations. She has worked with all levels of government and clients across Alberta specifically with Indigenous and northern remote communities.
Because of Sherine’s diverse background, she brings a unique perspective to all clients she works with. She develops comprehensive strategies for success that will meet your organizational goals and is passionate about developing beneficial partnerships with government or private sector partners . Sherine has a talent for helping her clients navigate through red tape and other onerous complex policies. She has an uncanny ability to identify what her clients need most and establish partnerships and solutions that meet their needs.
In her spare time, Sherine enjoys traveling, golf, is an avid reader and loves watching sports especially her favourite team, the Edmonton Oilers.