Sabreena Delhon is a leading public sector strategist with a decade of experience in developing and executing initiatives that deliver complex information to diverse audiences. She has been a contributor to DemocracyXChange, Canada’s annual democracy summit since 2017 and has served as Program Advisor for Open Democracy Project since 2019. In 2020, Delhon became the inaugural Open Democracy Fellow which is a role co-created by Open Democracy Project and Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue.
In 2016, she conceived, coordinated and launched the first annual Access to Justice Week, bringing together government, community and justice-sector partners to examine complex issues such as digital inclusion, Indigenous child welfare and public legal education from new perspectives. A2J Week events attracted more than 650 attendees to hear from 150 leading speakers, generated earned media coverage in 25 outlets across digital, print and broadcast outlets, and was recognized by the Attorney General of Ontario, Federal Justice Minister and Chief Justice of Canada. The A2J Week framework has since been adopted by other regions across the country.
She holds an M.A. in Sociology from Dalhousie University and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Alberta.