Ronaye Matthew has over 30 years experience in residential development, marketing and construction.
She has provided start-up and development management services for most of the completed cohousing communities in Canada. Ronaye works with groups from the initial forming stage to move-in. She knows what it takes to support a group to ground their vision in reality and generate the membership and financial resources required to move forward and get the project built in a time and cost efficient manner. Ronaye is a founding member of the Canadian Cohousing Network and lives at Cranberry Commons Cohousing.
At CoLiving Canada we aim to inform, equip, and coach people and groups who are interested in intergenerational and 50+ CoHousing and CoLiving. We offer workshops, training, advisory and project development services leveraging expertise provided by our in house team and through collaboration with local partners and international experts and leaders in CoHousing.
Fitch Architecture and Community Design (FACD) is one of the most respected and experienced cohousing firms in North America. Laura Fitch discovered her interest in cohousing while studying in Denmark in 1980. As 25+ year resident in Pioneer Valley Cohousing, she offers unique insight into the group dynamics that affect the design process.
Cohousing and sustainable living / design are what Laura has chosen both personally and professionally and she brings great enthusiasm and inspiration to FACD’s work with communities. We offer everything from short consults and design programming workshops to a full range of design and development services.
Hive & House believes living in community can make the world a better place. In terms of cohousing, we provide education and guidance on how to move forward.
Located in the BC Lower Mainland, our team provides services to cohousing groups, primarily in the areas of community building, group process, financial planning and project management.
The three Hive & House partners are Marta Carlucci, Lysa Dixon and Mackenzie Stonehocker. From their experience in their own cohousing communities, they bring a range of skills and expertise to their professional work, including group facilitation, member recruitment, financial feasibility, cohousing design, and municipal approvals.
For more info, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Lysa (604-817-1751), Marta (604-910-5552) or Mackenzie (604-366-5096)
Laird’s work is rooted in 40 years of community living and 30 years of working with consensus-based groups. He’s worked with more than 100 communities, specializing in up-tempo meeting facilitation, conflict, and organizational structure. Key to his approach is welcoming the full range of human responses—including emotional, intuitive, and kinesthetic—in recognition that people know, process, and transmit information in a variety of ways. He’s pioneered a two-year facilitation training program that he’s delivered 12 times all across North America, to more than 100 students. There are currently new courses starting in BC, New England, and North Carolina.
Laird Schaub, 1014 Chester Park Dr, Duluth MN 55812
Phone: 218-724-3732, Email: email@example.com
The Cohousing Challenge: Far too many cohousing projects in BC and across Canada have been vastly over budget or forged through the drama of having to make extremely difficult compromises on quality to get the project built.
The Solution: It is time to change the way cohousing communities are built. Gary Morrison has over 25 years experience working in the real estate development industry, and has spent the last 15 years helping non-profits and public sector agencies plan and launch projects. Gary brings large firm training and experience to cohousing – following streamlined processes and methodologies to deliver real estate projects without drama and surprises.
For more info contact: hello@LiveWellCohousing.ca