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Samantha Mark, BA Hon, MCIP, RPP - Senior Manager of Regional and Community Planning

Samantha has led various comprehensive planning processes that integrate economic development and community revitalization, placemaking and design, heritage and culture, tourism, strategic planning, and more. She has project managed, facilitated, and written strengths-based community visioning policy and plans for numerous (50+) municipalities and districts, Indigenous communities, and organizations. This includes: District Plans; Official Community Plans; Zoning Bylaws; Strategic and Action Plans; Culture Plans; Design and Conceptual Plans; Economic Development Related Plans; Housing Plans; and, Risk Assessment and Evaluation.

Samantha has supervised many Regional and Urban Planning students from the University of Saskatchewan that intern with Prairie Wild. She takes the time to educate them on the processes used by Prairie Wild, the importance of planning, and facilitation skills e.g. thinking about who the audience is and tailoring the process to them.

Samantha is a Board member with the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute (SPPI) and serves as an Executive Board Member with the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Prairies Chapter. She has a certificate in Group Facilitation from the University of Saskatchewan Centre for Continuing and Distance Education.