Caroline McAuley is Chair of the Alberta Recycling Management Authority. Appointed by the Government of Alberta in January 2018, she is serving her first term. As Chair, Caroline is a strong advocate for made-in-Alberta recycling solutions, deregulation of environmental fees and expansion of the electronics program. Caroline continues to work closely with the Ministry and […]
John Marshall has lived in Ottawa since 1997. He holds a MSc. in Planning from the University of Guelph and a B.A. in Political Studies from Trent University. At his day job, he is a Manager at Statistics Canada and responsible for a number of projects that look at linkages between human activity and the […]
Mark is the CEO and co-founder of PointChain Technology. Mark is an experienced entrepreneur and investor with a deep understanding and history of high tech start-ups. Mark’s experience has come through business operations, strategy, and finance. At OutsideIQ, he led strategy and the commercialization of technology into the supply chain management industry, including a global […]
Paul Long is the founder, designer and owner of ANIÁN. Born in Calgary, Alberta, he spent most of his time in Canmore exploring the eastern Rockies. During weekends and on vacations, Paul would spend his spare time hiking and camping. Through these adventures in the mountains, he found a need for high quality clothing that […]
Jason works for The City of Calgary in Waste & Recycling Services where his primary focus is strategic planning and policy. His recent work has included advocating and building support for provincial extended producer responsibility, reducing construction and demolition waste, investigating innovative waste management technologies and working with regional partners. Prior to joining the City […]
Jeff Linton is a highly skilled executive manager, coach and mentor with a proven track record of delivering influential leadership as well as operational excellence and efficiency in a broad range of business environments. After a career of more than 15 years in the hospitality industry Jeff’s service-based skills took on an environmental focus when […]
Tina Kruse-Taylor is entering her 30th year of teaching. She teaches Language Arts and Science and is a strong advocate of “going green” and sustainability.
Addison Kreuh is 13 years old and is in grade 8. Addison like to play Hockey, Golf, play outside and is a beast on the Soccer pitch.
Carolyn Jarvis is Global News’ Chief Investigative Correspondent. During her 15-plus-year career her work has won numerous awards and acclaim, including the 2018 Canadian Screen Award for Best National Reportage. Her recent investigation entitled Canada’s Toxic Secret utilized two-and-a-half-years’ worth of reporting to expose a troubling trend of leaks and spills, and an accompanying lack […]
Rob is an Environmental Engineer, is Co-Founder of Fresh Routes, and is the Operations and Social Enterprise Director for the Leftovers Foundation. With Rob at the operational helm for the Leftovers Foundation, his ‘big impact’ approach has brought on national grocery store chains to redirect their excess food to social service agencies, totaling close to […]