We’re built with international award-winning leaders in communications and public relations. We’re ready to create some symmetry when you are!

Ben Borne, CMP

Founder, Communicator & Leader

Ben is a communications professional on paper, but a relationship builder at heart. Over the years, Ben has nurtured a passion for using strategic communications to create inclusive, generous, and responsible communities. Ben is Canada’s first self-identified Indigenous certified Communication Management Professional. In 2020, he was listed on CBC’s Future40 list in the business and entrepreneurship category. In his spare time, Ben enjoys reading, watching Netflix, pretending to be a hardcore gamer, and travelling.

  • Eleven years in communications, marketing and serving non-profit organizations
  • Bachelor of Arts, Canadian Mennonite University (2013)
  • Diploma in Public Relations, University of Victoria (2019)
  • Master of Arts in Professional Communication, Royal Roads University (2023)
  • Strategic planning
  • Communications planning
  • Digital communications and analytics
  • Marketing and branding
  • Inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible communications

Melody Lynch, CMP

Founder, Communicator & Leader

Born and raised on Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Melody prides herself on giving back to the community she calls home and has a passion for using communications and storytelling to strengthen connections between different peoples and communities. Melody is a certified Communications Management Professional and multiple award winner. A self-professed nerd and grammar queen, one of Melody’s favourite tasks is editing and proofreading to create crystal clear and grabbing communications. Outside of work, Melody likes to read, binge the latest Netflix series, cook, garden, recount her glory days in roller derby (now retired), and explore new corners of Saskatchewan and the world.

  • Thirteen years experience in communications and public relations, serving charities, non- and for-profit companies
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Saskatchewan (2008)
  • Master of Arts, Leeds University (2010)
  • Strategic communications planning, execution and measurement
  • Media relations, monitoring and training
  • Brand development
  • Writing, editing and proofreading

Matthew Hildebrandt, B.COMM.


Matthew Hildebrandt is an aspiring lifelong learner fascinated with words’ ability to mobilize hearts and minds to build better communities. While earning a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing from the University of Saskatchewan’s Edwards School of Business, he explored how the principles taught can empower businesses and non-profits to promote social good. Outside of Symmetry, one might find Matthew playing roundnet with his pals, writing or consuming sad indie music, actually being a hardcore gamer, or serving you a delicious coffee as Warman’s semi-famed, bow-tied barista.

  • Two years in market research, marketing strategy, and business communications for non-profit and social enterprises
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan (2022)
  • Strategic analysis
  • Market research
  • Business planning
  • Media Relations

Elizabeth Bunney, BA

Communicator & Relationship Builder

Elizabeth Bunney, a proud third-generation Cree-Métis citizen with Polish/Irish roots, resides in Treaty 6 Territory, amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton, Alberta). Hailing from The Pas, Manitoba, she brings 18+ years of communications expertise, supporting clients in engineering, utilities, finance, and manufacturing. Her recent work involves aiding First Nations during the 2022 Papal visit, facilitating national press conferences, and driving reconciliation efforts for Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations.

 Elizabeth holds degrees in Public Relations and Communications from MacEwan University, with a major in Professional Communications. She’s a former President of the Edmonton Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, earning the 2023 Chapter Leader of the Year award. Elizabeth’s passion lies in amplifying Indigenous voices and promoting inclusivity in her work. In her leisure time, she explores new locales, savors great coffee and food, and cheers on her accomplished adult sons.

  • 18+ years of communications expertise supporting clients in engineering, utilities, finance and manufacturing.
  • Bachelor of Communication Studies, MacEwan University
  • Diploma in Public Relations, MacEwan University
  • Communications planning and tactical delivery
  • Writing and copy editing
  • Internal communication
  • Inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible communications.