Looking to get to know us a bit more?

Take a read through our bios below and always feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Brock Endean

Raised in the Village of Chase (unceded Secwepemc territory, and home to the iconic red pier) Brock Endean brings his personal experience of life in a small town to his work in strengthening the capacity of rural and Indigenous communities throughout Canada and internationally. As a community facilitator, Brock has worked with over 50 municipalities, First Nations and non-profit organizations on projects ranging from organizational strategic planning, community and youth engagement workshops, and social enterprise development. He believes that the best results are achieved by capturing the ideas, values, and creativity of a community, then collaboratively finding the knowledge and resources needed to move forward. His diversity of education and training includes studies in business, tourism development, sustainable agriculture, creative facilitation, and public engagement, all which complement his work in building communities where members feel connected and their dreams can thrive.

Ricardo Rodriguez

Ricardo Rodriguez brings years of experience in operations and project management through his degree as an Industrial Engineer and career as an Operations Manager with logistics companies in Mexico and Canada. After retiring from the logistics world, he now dedicates most of his time to running a successful coaching business, hiking with his dogs, and lending his skills in project management and to the RedPier Consulting team. Ricardo believes that everyone has the capabilities and resources to achieve incredible outcomes, and sometimes they just need a little help from an outside source to realize their potential.

Bobbi Sherman

Bobbi Sherman is currently pursuing her Masters in Social Work and is a great asset to the RedPier Counsulting team based on her in-depth research skills and ability to connect effectively with a variety of community members. After years of working as a Drug & Alcohol Addictions Counselor in the BC's Interior and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, Bobbi understands how important it is to communicate with people using language that reflects their values and model of the world. Her role as Research Coordinator combines her own personal study skills developed during her education journey, along with her work to help clients navigate what are often disjointed and complex systems.