Great Divide Consulting Inc.

Great Divide Consulting Inc. offers health promotion programs on Alberta’s eastern slopes. This business also has a mandate to develop multimedia with a nursing focus. Programs, films, books, and transmedia narratives are designed to build self-esteem in ‘self, families, communities and beyond.’

The company also specializes in website development, graphic design, social media and transmedia content creation, that has a nursing focus.

The Nurse

Susan Feddema-Leonard is a member of the College Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) and the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses in Private Practice (AARNIPP).

Susan has studied extensively with the late Virginia Satir, a healer who became known by many as the “Columbus of Family Therapy.” She was also the Past Chair of the Grant MacEwan Community College Holistic Health Advisory Committee. This program trained holistic health practitioners to understand that the body, mind and spirit are connected in complex ways


Susan is an author of four books on the people and landscapes of Alberta’s eastern slopes and is a professional filmmaker. She is co-founder of the Willmore Wilderness Foundation and founder of People & Peaks Productions Ltd.

Susan is the Director/Producer of the thirteen-part one-hour Canadian Rockies Series produced by People & Peaks Productions Ltd. Films in this series have been nominated twenty (20) times for the Alberta Film and Television Rosie Awards.  Susan is the Past President of Women in Film and Television Alberta , a member of Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) and the Writers’ Guild of Alberta.

Susan is also co-owner of a family run guide and outfitting business called High Country Vacations. She is an experienced horse woman, trail hand, mountain guide and back country cook.

Susan Feddema-Leonard presents
a craft award at the
2018 Alberta Film and Television Rosie Awards
as the President of
Women in Film and Television Alberta (WIFTA)