D’arci leads government relations, communications, and advocacy programs for responsible operators and sectors critical to the Canadian economy. With more of our world at risk, D’arci supports private, public, and not-for-profits solve the economic, environmental, cultural, and social policies that matter most to Canadians.
D’arci advises senior executives on effective public affairs strategies that bring to life their story while navigating complex issues, crises, political, and legislative challenges. Her counsel is rooted in a commitment to building long-term trusted relationships with internal and external stakeholders. To do this, D’arci builds integrated strategies that are activated across owned, earned, and paid channels.
D’arci’s integrated approach to public affairs gets people, governments, and regulators onside. She has successfully influenced policy, built stakeholder acceptability, and earned community support for a number of responsible operators and those seeking approval from governments, the Canadian Energy Regulator (formerly NEB), Ontario Energy Board, Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (formerly CEAA), Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), various conservation authorities and permitting bodies.
In her spare time, D’arci champions Canada’s young people and the policy decisions that will affect them for the decades to come. She proudly served on the Board of Directors for youth mental health charity Jack.org for six years and has provided public speaking and campaign training to the CJPAC Fellowship Program. D’arci continues to lend her communications skills to various political candidates at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels in Toronto and Mississauga.