In 2001 and 2002, the Research Team remained a valued meeting place in the WOAW organization; as of June, 2002, we had met 23 times. In the spring of 2001, I noticed that the intensity and sense of urgency had subsided and that the Research Team had transformed into a place for discussing collective actions, supporting individual and informal actions, and sharing and learning from one another. During this transition time, a more “organic” leadership style emerged (Rahman, 1991). Meetings were relaxed and informal, and organization and facilitation were increasingly shared. My role evolved into one of Research Team member and advocate. 1 At times I advocated for the work of the Research Team or WOAW. For instance, I attended a meeting with the head of Port Coquitlam Parks and Recreation and participated in nominating WOAW for a Promotion Plus Leadership Award. 2