Amy Langstaff, Principal

Amy Langstaff helps organizations transform complex information into communications that are lean, kind to readers, and truly useful. Clients call her when they need to:

draw out key stories and insights from research

mobilize knowledge within or beyond their organizations

capture and distill an involved planning or consultation process

communicate important information with energy and clarity

Skills & Experience

over 10  years in research-based writing and strategic communications

strong collaborator with leaders, strategists, management consultants, and researchers

able to assemble an experienced production team (including designers, graphics specialists, editors, indexers, and printers) for substantial publications


Before launching her practice in 2007, Amy worked as a writer and researcher at Environics Research Group, an evidence-based consultancy in Toronto. She has been a key contributor to seven client books, including an award-winning non-fiction bestseller. Amy holds a literature degree from McGill University and a graduate certificate in program evaluation from the University of Victoria, where she earned the Ronald C. Corbeil Award for Merit in Program Evaluation.