Hi! I’m Annabelle Landry, bilingual writer, seasoned globetrotter, and long-time educator.

I am also a social activist at heart with a passion for all things innovation. I have made it my life’s mission to help the world’s social innovators, whether it be entrepreneurs, academics, non-profit organizations, and governments come together to create new social policies, programs, and technologies – or improve existing ones – and make the world a better place.

I do this by writing thought-provoking articles in either French or English, to showcase these social innovators’ work and give them the media coverage they deserve, all while raising public awareness and instilling knowledge of such global issues as climate change, gender equality, diversity, public health, poverty, and illiteracy.

My specialties: journalism, blogging, public relations, copywriting. 

Do you have a new social policy, program or technology you would like to share with the world? If so, get in touch with me at alandry@annabelle-landry.com. You can also contact me via Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

Latest Posts

Semer Ensemble: Reviving Pre-Holocaust Jewish Music Lost During Kristallnacht
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On November 9th, 2017, as the Jewish communities around the world commemorated the 79th anniversary of Kristallnacht, Germany’s supergroup, The Semer Ensemble, paid tribute to the lost lives and art of the Jewish people persecuted by Hitler’s Nazis during the … Read More

The 2017 International Pavilion’s First Exhibition is Officially Underway
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Presented in partnership with the National Capital Commission, the exhibition Canada and Germany: Partners from Immigration to Innovation, was officially launched Monday night at the International Pavilion, 7 Clarence Street, in the heart of Ottawa’s ByWard Market. The exhibition is … Read More

Innovation is the Watchword at Shepherds of Good Hope
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Shepherds of Good Hope has come a long way since its modest beginnings 34 years ago. To better serve its increasingly diverse clientele, the organization has expanded its programs and specialized “to go beyond its strategic plan.”   “We’re really … Read More