Roxanne Sawatzky, has her M.A. in Leadership and Change Management; she has published two books: 21st Century Organizations, How to Meet the 21st Century Skills Gap and When They Choose Change, A Four Step Process to Guiding People through Change. She has co-authored peer reviewed article: Motivational Interviewing to Promote Employment in Ambivalent Individuals. Journal of Employment Counseling, 2019.
Roxanne has been an active member of MINT since 2009. She has shared her MI knowledge and expertise through keynote presentations internationally in New Zealand, and the United States. She is regularly asked to deliver presentations at conferences in Canada, including Cannexus, a National Career Development Conference that is designed to promote the exchange of information and explore innovative approaches. Her last presentation for Cannexus was as a keynote speaker for over 1000 employment service providers.
Roxanne holds a certificate in Addictions and Case Management and has demonstrated experience and expertise in working within income assistance as a MI consultant, MI trainer, MI coder, MI researcher and MI practitioner.