Session Details


Beyond Land Rights – Access to Land Through Building Trust

Abstract

BRITT’s Beyond Land Rights session delves into the fundamentals of land and building trust, it starts with a brief Land 101 on the history of land rights and acquiring surface agreements. President & Vice President, Britt & Dayna, will then focus the discussion around the evolving landscape of landowner and stakeholder expectations. Land is transforming from a transactional interaction. Navigating this is an art – not a science. BRITT will provide insights on the art of building trust with stakeholders, the how and why, with a goal for attendees to walk away with different perspectives on approaching land access.

PRESENTATION (PDF)

LAND & STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT (PDF)

Presenters

Dayna Morgan, Vice President BRITT Land & Engagement

Brittney Ramsay, President BRITT Land & Engagement

Biographies

Brittney leads with a bold and unconventional vision. She’s been with BRITT working in land and engagement for the past 10 years. She holds her Alberta Surface Land Agents license and heads to the field occasionally to meet with landowners/stakeholders. She empowers the BRITT team, and clients, through inspiring a shared vision, challenging the heart, and collaboration. Brittney holds her BA in Communication Studies from U Of C, her Land Agents License through Olds College, and has training in complex conversations, facilitation, stakeholder engagement, constructive conflict, Indigenous engagement and robust communication. Brittney is a recipient of 2014 Young Women in Energy Award, 2015 Business Leaders in Calgary Award, and 35 Under 35 – Alberta Oil in 2016.

Dayna is a Connector between people, process, clients and ideas. With her 18 years’ experience in land and engagement she can pull from a wide array of experiences to mentor our team and clients. She is a continuous learner with a focus on innovation; always looking for ways to do and be better. Dayna has received extensive training in land through Mount Royal, CAPL, CAPLA as well as training in engagement and public participation through the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2). She has experience in complex conversations, facilitation, stakeholder engagement, constructive conflict, Indigenous engagement and robust communication. Dayna is a recipient of the OilWeek Rising Star Award in 2015.