Coach . Advocate . Speaker

Disability . Inclusion . Advocacy . Activism . Accessibility . Equity . Diversity 


Working towards a more equitable and inclusive culture for all.


I serve and support those who experience barriers in accessing healthcare, education and community involvement. Removing barriers through advocacy and activism to promote an inclusive culture for all people.


Exceptional Coaching Experience! In the course of our coaching sessions, Lexa played a pivotal role in rekindling my sense of purpose. With her guidance, I successfully reestablished control over both my mental and physical well-being by embarking on a journey of incremental progress. Lexa not only encouraged but also challenged me to take small steps, fostering a habit of celebrating each achievement... 

~ K.S. 

 I felt scattered. I have been trying to figure out, am I depressed, grieving or is this just part of ageing? I had a spinal injury and after my third surgery I was told I would never walk again. 

Lexa’s curiosity helped me to categorize my thoughts and decide what was important to me and what was no longer necessary or important at this stage of my life...

~ I.W. 

She helped me figure out how to  go out of my comfort zone to do something I was passionate about in a way I was comfortable in. She didn’t put me under any pressure to answer all the questions and she gave me goals to reach every week to make me think about things in a different way or help motivate me to do things I wasn’t sure I could, and she overall made me feel more confident...

~ E.W. 

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A charcoal grey Disability Pride Month flag with a diagonal band from the top left to bottom right corner, made up of five parallel stripes in red, gold, pale grey, blue, and green.
progress Flag. five-colored chevron to the classic Rainbow Flag to place a greater emphasis on “inclusion and progression.” Quasar’s Progress Pride Flag added five arrow-shaped lines to the six-colored Rainbow Flag, which is widely recognized as the symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) community.  The flag includes black and brown stripes to represent marginalized LGBTQ+ communities of color, along with the colors pink, light blue and white, which are used on the Transgender Pride Flag.

I am a settler living on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Coast Salish People, including Stó:lō Nation.