Roderick Brereton is founder of transformational social change group Urban Rez Solutions.
Generating awareness, imparting social education, conducting professional training and social project management are areas of Roderick’s expertise. As a partner of the popular Just Think 1st, R.E.A.L School and Take Back Your World Navigate Your Life initiatives Roderick has a vested interest in bettering community.
Roderick provides professional consultation/empowerment strategy to communities, schools, governments, groups, teams, non-profits and corporations. He manages various aspects of change in pro social development, education and advancement.
Roderick is known for being a speaker, trainer and innovative social subject matter expert.
His ability to transition between addressing the complex challenges of racialized and First Nations communities and providing multi-tiered consultation for corporations sets him apart from other companies.
Graduating from York University with a BA in sociology; earning the designation, ‘Anger Management Specialist’ from The National Anger Management Association and having completed comprehensive training in change management, conflict resolution and mental health wellness/recovery has been the foundation of Roderick’s formal education.
Roderick has written and produced urban music since the 1980’s. In 2007 he and his production team produced the Best Reggae recording and received the prestigious Juno Award. Years of experience in the music industry taught him how to use the power of popular culture to engage effectively.
Roderick sits on the board of the Black Business Professional Association as Membership Director.
Combining formal training and experiential learning, Roderick develops and delivers self-empowering transformational social change strategies.