At the eDemocracy Network,
we focus on making public engagements more fair, transparent, and effective.
The eDemocracy Network is registered as a non-profit in Canada, as a non-stock (non-profit) corporation in the United States, as well as a Charitable Foundation in Canada.
We help community members achieve fair, accessible and engaging public consultation processes that prioritize making sure all voices are heard. True Democracy means everyone gets a seat at the table, a voice, and proportional sway.
We are committed to indigenous rights, racial justice and accessibility in our work.
Our Partner Entities
Tarah has founded of a variety of non-profits over the years working at the intersection of climate and communications. As a screenwriter, Tarah is dedicated to telling the stories of who we are and who we might become. While her heart lies in solving the climate crisis, the connection between climate and the failure of our democratic process fuels her desire to understand and mend what divides us.
Ben has played various roles in the environmental movement in Canada over the last 20 years and has been involved in dozens of public engagement processes over the years as a community organizer and as staff in a First Nations community and uses this experience to help shape the best possible engagements for all community members taking part in our processes.
Public Outreach Director
Kat is an experienced non-profit professional, designer, and researcher. She is a communications specialist who directs public outreach campaigns, designs creative and effective multi-media materials, and studies their efficacy for constant improvement. She is also currently pursuing an M.Sc. in Sustainability.