Strolling Away


Dr. McIntyre has been a Manager involved in the non-profit sector for over 20 years. During this time she has been an advocate, educator, therapist and researcher for youth that have been sexually abused.

Dr. McIntyre’s experience working with families and children in the treatment of juvenile justice arenas has allowed her to develop expertise in program management and development.

A strong track record in identifying and meeting the needs of organizations, she was responsible for 25 start-up operations in the private and public sectors and guided them from the concept stage through to full implementation and evaluation.

Possessing a unique blend of social services expertise and business know-how, Dr. McIntyre understands the social sector’s challenge of meeting mission goals while integrating mainstream business practices and accountability into daily operations. She has developed expertise in the creation and implementation of business plans that include revenue projections and cash flow.

Dr. McIntyre has also earned the respect from Calgary’s corporate sector and Foundations for her analytical and business approach in matching a company’s community interests to high priority social issues. She has secured sustaining sponsorship from 15 leading national and international corporations.

A strong community advocate, Dr. McIntyre has co-chaired numerous committees and task forces involving justice, social services, health services and education.

Recognized for her expertise on child sexual abuse and prostitution, Dr. McIntyre is an international research and policy advisor. She has provided over 100 workshop presentations and keynote addresses at provincial, national and international conferences.

Throughout her career, Dr. McIntyre has emphasized the relationship between law, social policy and research in the development of social programs.

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