Brenna is energized by working with committed system leaders in the discovery, application, and scaling of capacities, tools, and approaches to transform fields of practice and drive impact.
Brenna Atnikov has extensive experience with multi-stakeholder initiatives aimed at transforming systems in a range of areas including: health and health equity, post-secondary education, urban sustainability, socio-ecological sustainability (such as watershed management), and community economic development. She is honoured to be part of several partnerships and projects with Indigenous peoples, which braid together Indigenous knowledge systems and Reos tools and approaches to dismantle colonial, institutional, and systemic barriers to well-being in First Nations communities in Canada.
Brenna is passionate about Impact Evaluation—the application of reflective and evaluative practices that enable groups to think about their work, learn from it, and integrate that learning to accelerate change. She is also part of the team leading Reos’ digital learning strategy, which is working to better enable the replication and scaling of proven solutions for application in projects around the world.
Impact evaluation, digital learning platforms, capacity development
- Collaborative Healthcare Using Patient-Generated Data
- Emergency Aid Lab
- Possible Futures for Health and Health Equity in the USA
- Project Blue Thumb
- Flip the Clinic
- Possible Canadas
- Thrive by Five: Calgary’s Early Years Innovation Lab