Hi Adam, Kathryn and Kate,
I just wanted to send out a big thanks and congrats to you for the amazing work you did on the new Think Indigenous brochure - a tremendous, high-quality piece that reflects so many of Trent's advantages for Indigenous students. The piece is inspiring, informative, and visually engaging in highlighting Trent's exceptional leadership in this realm.
In reading this new brochure, I learned that naadimaagewin means the art of helping. Thanks for so artfully helping to distinguish Trent through this piece which I believe will make a difference in attracting more Indigenous students to explore what we have to offer.
I hope our next steps will include unpacking this great content on the prospective student pathway and the FPHL site.
Hey there Nora/Adam,
Just wanted to give you a little update on the show...
First off, the eblast went great! We had people from all over the world (Australia, England, Germany, USA) go out of their way to send Alan emails telling us how great it was.
We got a lot of great feedback, and lots of product sample requests (which is great).
As for the booth....
Everyone loved it. It was definitely a hit at the show. Obviously no one had anything like it, and we got lots of traffic into our booth.
I just wanted to thank you guys for the great work.
We have a few smaller projects coming up and I'll be in touch in the coming days/weeks... once we catch up from being away.
PS. Videos and Photos are coming soon.
Thank you for the creative work that you and your colleagues have done on developing our new logo and on designing the look of our new strategic plan. The meaning of the words in the strategic plan are strengthened by the design work. The logo symbolizes an organization, rooted in its past but looking to its future. Powerful stuff that will make a huge difference in how we feel about ourselves as an organization and how the residents of the watershed view us.
Please pass along our thanks and appreciation to all of your colleagues who contributed to this work.
Otonabee Region Conservation Authority