Change. For Good.
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About Us

Lawyers, Educators, Leaders, Change Managers

We are committed to realizing concrete improvements in access to justice as a critical element of a healthy democracy. 

We envision a society in which people have the skills to understand and take action on legal issues, have confidence in formal and informal dispute resolution and recognize that conflict, a common aspect of everyday life, can be best managed through early, appropriate and affordable steps.

In an era of reconciliation, we are working within the justice system, and other institutions to build better relationships with indigenous communities. We work collaboratively with the legal institutions, committed individuals and community agencies to find innovative, system-wide solutions.



  • Strategic planning
  • Grant proposal writing
  • Thinking papers
  • Stakeholder consultation
  • Group facilitation
  • Problem review and analysis
  • Public engagement
  • Board governance review
  • Staff training
  • Process review and re-design
  • Value for money assessments
  • Project management

More about our services





Sarah McCoubrey

Sarah McCoubrey has spent 15 years working in the public, non-profit and private sector to improve our justice system, most recently as Executive Director of the Ontario Justice Education Network. She combines her legal experience with education and community expertise to build understanding and find creative solutions. She brings a new perspective and system-wide thinking to entrenched problems and emerging opportunities.



OISE, University of Toronto
M. Ed, 2010

University of Victoria
LL.B, 2003

University of Victoria
B.F.A, 1999




Meredith Brown

Meredith Brown joins CALIBRATE after 17 years with the Ministry of the Attorney General for Ontario. She spent many years as a labour and employment lawyer before moving to court administration to tackle the challenges facing that system. She then served as Chief Legal Counsel to three Deputy Attorneys General. Most recently, she has been the Executive Director of MAG's Innovation Office introducing a culture of transformation and delivering successful change into the ministry by working creatively with private sector, judicial, community representatives. 



University of Saskatchewan
LL.B, 1999

University of Toronto
B.A., 1995



Our Team


We work with great people and companies to bring the right talent to each project.