meet Lorelei Phillips, Director of Community Innovation

We’ve worked with many fascinating people over the years, from all walks of life. ‘Meet’ is about sharing a little about these individuals and the work we provided.

Contributing to building healthy and inclusive communities

Lorelei Phillips, an accomplished and creative intrapreneur possessing multifaceted experience with a proven ability to build programs from conception to completion, lead province-wide initiatives and capture opportunities for growth. Results-oriented, purposeful leader; adept at building relationships with key stakeholders across public, private, and non-profit sectors.

With over 15 years’ experience in project management, committed to empowering others through leading a variety of projects. My previous work has been focused on community economic development, entrepreneurship education, strategic communications, community empowerment and capacity building.

Most recently, joined the team at the North Shore Multicultural Society (NSMS) and volunteer board member of the McLaren Housing Society of BC; the first HIV/AIDS housing provider in Canada. Community Building in Vancouver, BC, Canada

Lorelei Phillips, L7
Lorelei Phillips, L7
Lorelei Phillips, L7

Lorelei Phillips, L7 Opportunities consulting

L7 focused on servicing businesses with a social purpose or interest in making a social commitment a part of their mandate. It is the belief at L7, that to build a sustainable economy, there is a need for organizations to do things differently, consciously, and collaboratively. The mission of L7 is to facilitate economic sustainability through positively shifting organizational cultures

Lorelei Phillips, L7

The L7 Principles for Meaningful Work

  • Love: Approach all you do with compassion, kindness and genuine concern for good!
  • Live: Share your passion and energy with the world!
  • Learn: Challenge your perspectives and expand your reality (continuously)!
  • Laugh: Appreciate humour in situations and show your smile!
  • Lend: Share your strengths and borrow other’s!
  • Lead: Value your contributions and do your best!
  • Legacy: Actively create your impact!
Lorelei Phillips, L7
Lorelei Phillips, L7
Lorelei Phillips, L7
Lorelei Phillips, L7
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Frank Orlando

A senior communications professional with three decades of client experience. Instructor at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, lecturer of communication design, technology and illustration. Principal of Orlando Media Company, a creative practice providing strategic direction, creative vision, and human focused branding.