Shared Path is administered by a small but dedicated team operating out of the Centre for Social Innovation (Annex) at Bloor and Bathurst in Toronto.
Clara MacCallum Fraser
Clara MacCallum Fraser is co-Founder of the Shared Path Consultation Initiative. She holds a BA in Political Science & Arabic Studies from Concordia University, a Masters in Urban Planning from Ryerson University, and is currently conducting a CGS-SSHRC funded Doctorate in Environmental Studies at York University. The focus of her research is on the intersection of land use planning and Aboriginal & Treaty rights. With the Shared Path, Clara is a Partner at the City Institute at York (CITY).
Morgan came to work for Shared Path in October 2018 after having completed several research and consulting contracts with Indigenous communities. She completed her MBA from the Schulich School of Business in June 2018, graduating with distinction and a Certificate in Social Sector Management. Morgan is a settler raised in Mi’kma’ki, where she spent several years working in community economic development with the Atlantic Association of Community Business Development Corporations.
Dali Carmichael came to Shared Path as its inaugural student intern in January 2020. She studied environmental planning and its intersections with Indigenous planning and governance through York University’s Masters in Environmental Studies program. Before embarking on graduate studies she worked as a journalist in the Northwest Territories and northern Alberta, where she reported on a broad spectrum of topics from community governance to reconciliation to climate change.