Marsha D'Angelo

B.A. (S.F.U.), M.A. (Tor.)
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Richmond Office: 3038

Marsha D’Angelo is the Principal/Lead Consultant of Apostrophe.  She’s passionate about helping clients tell their stories and building inclusive and respectful places of work and training.  

With over 17 years experience, she’s worked for some of the planet’s top communications agencies in Canada and the U.K.  In partnership with consultancy teams, she’s designed and directed research projects, training workshops, international media campaigns, and stakeholder and communications plans for organizations in technology, government, education, non-profit and finance.  

As a university lecturer, she’s won Canadian and international awards for her engaging and impactful instruction of communications, public relations and business presentations. She’s also the former Associate Dean for Kwantlen University's Melville School of Business, a published writer, and an accomplished facilitator and speaker.   

An avid volunteer, Marsha received UNICEF’s Dorothy McKinnon Award for her communications and PR work.  She sat on the Board of Directors of The Children’s Foundation for nearly six years.  She is currently a member of the Board of the Canadian Public Relations Society where she heads up their mentorship portfolio and serves on the Vancouver Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Board Committee.  

Marsha holds a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto. She completed studies in Intercultural Communications and Indigenous Reconciliation at the University of British Columbia and the University of Alberta's Indigenous History course.