Vicki Stroich is a Calgary based dramaturg, facilitator and community builder. She is currently Partner and Community Engagement Director at Alberta Ecotrust Foundation. Recently she was Executive Director of Alberta Theatre Projects where she worked for over 16 years. Prior to leading Alberta Theatre Projects organizational vision as Executive Director, she led ATP’s new play development programs. Vicki has dramaturged over 45 new plays with ATP and companies across Canada. In 2018, she launched the National Playwrights Retreat with the Caravan Farm Theatre in Armstrong, BC. Her recent work also includes developing content and facilitating workshops focused on public engagement, art, climate change and the environment for the Pembina Institute and Alberta Ecotrust. She has a BFA Drama from The University of Calgary and an Extension Certificate in Social Innovation and Changemaking from Mount Royal University. Vicki is an alumnus of Calgary Arts Development’s Artist as Changemaker program and a fellow at the Trico Changemakers Studio at Mount Royal University. Vicki has received a Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding Achievement for her work on new plays and is an Avenue Magazine Calgary Top 40 Under 40 Alumni.