Gina Grosenick is the project manager of Connecting Ottawa, a project funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario to enable access to justice for individuals that do not speak English or French or have language barriers as a result of a disability or sensory impairment.
Gina Grosenick has 20 years’ experience working in the non-profit and community sector, as a lobbyist, communicator, executive, and project manager. She has extensive experience working with and advising Boards and committees, managing government-funded projects and research, cultivating relationships with government officials and other stakeholders, navigating and communicating within the political process, and working with volunteers.
Gina Grosenick holds a Ph.D. from the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University in Ottawa and a M.A. and B.A (Hons.) in Communication Studies from the University of Calgary. Her ongoing teaching and research interests explore strategic communication and advocacy practices to achieve social and political change.
Dr. Grosenick is an avid volunteer and advocate for vulnerable populations in Ottawa. She is currently a Board member on the Western Ottawa Community Research Centre, was the project manager for Broadening the Base, and was a long-standing member and Chair of the Management Board for Centre 454 in Ottawa.