Maggie Miland – Building Equity and Community in a Virtual Age

As a community builder, has this past year left you feeling disconnected and Zoomed out? What if there was something that could help us reconnect in a meaningful way? Graphic recording, or visual note-taking, is a powerful tool that puts people and their voices at the center of every conversation.
Maggie Miland uses her skills as a graphic recorder to capture stories and reveal sustainable solutions to our community’s most pressing challenges. She will share her unique approach to community development through her work with refugee youth, women seeking liberation from domestic violence, and communities addressing systemic racism to name a few.
Learn how graphic recording enables you to make the people you serve a leading role in the story. It’s theirs.
Maggie Miland grew up in Northfield, Minnesota, and was a Rotary Youth Exchange Student to Puget-sur-Argens, France in 2012. She graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada with a B.A. in International Relations.
She works with purpose-driven organizations across North America as the Community Activation and Facilitation Lead at Vancouver-based purpose-driven consulting firm, Realize Strategies.
Maggie uses her specialties as a cross-cultural facilitator and graphic recorder to create sustainable solutions and meaningful connections.