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Addison Docherty | Flow Community Projects Inc.

Meet Addison Docherty + Rochelle Berenyi aka @flowyqr!


We caught up with Addi at Path Basecamp - where @flowyqr is currently one of our resident permanent workspace members to chat more about all things Path, Flow and everything in between.


What does your company/organization do?

Consulting in the Human Services Sector - with a focus on social innovation strategies from both frontline and systems perspectives.


How long have you been a Path member?

Since July 2020! I came to Path during the pandemic and have not looked back.


What's your favourite thing about working from Path?

This has evolved over time. During the pandemic it was just seeing faces everyday (from a distance!), which provided a sense of normalcy during the uncertainty. Second, I have learned a great deal from other members while working here. Information, knowledge and wisdom that I have been able to put towards my projects and business. Lastly, I love that the new coffee machines have exposed some of us as entitled children in adult bodies. Furthermore, watching some of us descend into madness because the vanilla or chocolate coffee flavouring has temporarily run out has been both comical and worrisome. This is not judgement, I am part of this group.


What's one thing everyone should know about coworking/flexible workspaces?

In terms of the people, everyone is very nice. Particularly at Path, there is a bit of something for everyone. It is very spacious as well. In terms of getting the most out of Path, ultimately, like most things, you get out of it what you put into it: you can be a hermit or a social butterfly or you can find balance - but come as you are! I would add that despite the fact there is a great mix of hermits and social butterflies, everyone is very respectful about boundaries when it comes to not disrupting work.


If you could collaborate with anyone, who would it be? Why?

At this point I would love to collaborate with people with more knowledge than I have and continue to learn. Particularly in the realms of scaling business, etc. I do not really have a specific person in mind. There are too many things I want to do and learn and not enough time it seems.


Any tips or advice for new members?

Giv'er

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