We care deeply about our clients, our communities, our work and its impacts.
Possibility Seeds Consulting is a leading Canadian project management and policy development firm dedicated to advancing gender equity. We work alongside communities, public and private institutions to create, connect and cultivate positive change. Our team has over 20 years of broad experience working with communities, governments, labour organizations, public and private institutions.
We are passionate about human rights, gender justice, equity and inclusion. We foster community capacity-building and engagement as well as evidence-based advocacy critical social research.
Possibility Seeds Team
Farrah Khan - Principal
Farrah Khan has spent two decades raising awareness about the intersections of gender-based violence and equity through education, policy development and advocacy. She is Member of the Government of Canada's Federal Strategy Against Gender-based Violence Advisory Council and currently the manager of Consent Comes First at Ryerson University. Farrah is co-founder of innovative community projects including Use The Right Words: Media Reporting on Sexual Violence and host of the upcoming podcast Pleasure Principle. She regularly contributes to national media with her expertise in addressing gender based violence. Farrah is the recipient of the numerous awards including the Toronto Community Foundation’s Vital People Award.
CJ Rowe - Associate
For nearly twenty years CJ has worked with organizations, lobbying, developing educational campaigns and research projects to critically engaging with such issues as marriage equality, transgender justice, LGBTQ2S youth leadership, violence prevention, and trauma-informed services. CJ is a genderqueer butch currently living and working on the unceded and traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Kwikwetlem Nations. CJ holds a Ph.D. in Education from UBC, an MA in Legal Studies from Carleton University and a BA in Sociology from Acadia University. Presently, CJ is the Director of Simon Fraser University’s Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office where they work with a team to support individuals impacted by sexual violence and sexual misconduct, develop sexual violence intervention and prevention educational campaigns, learning opportunities and initiatives and works closely with the University to implement and operationalize policy.
Kelly Prevett is a Social Worker who has been based in community and social services for over 10 years, specializing in gender-based violence and mental health work. She currently works as a Sexual Violence Specialist at Consent Comes First, Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education at Ryerson University where she supports Ryerson community members affected by sexual violence, as well as develops and facilitates sexual violence intervention and prevention initiatives on campus. Kelly holds a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology Co-op, Women's & Gender Studies Minor from Brock University. Living and working in Toronto on traditional land, Kelly is committed to doing this work from an anti-oppressive framework that seeks to decolonize supports for those affected by gender-based violence.