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Vicki Burns

Vicki Burns is a graduate of the University of Manitoba’s School of Social Work. After working for the first 20 years of her career in human services, Vicki joined the Winnipeg Humane Society as Executive Director in 1994. During her 14 year tenure there, Vicki became a vocal advocate for all animals with a particular […]

Chantel Henderson

Chantel currently works for the Green Action Centre as their Indigenous Programs Outreach Coordinator. Recently, she completed a Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development from Concordia University. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Inner-City Studies from the University of Winnipeg. Chantel’s interests include renewable energy development for First Nations communities across Canada, community economic […]

Lindsay Robinson

Lindsay Robinson is a professional engineer with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, as well as additional training and certificates in aerospace engineering, sustainable development, climate change science and negotiations, building science and energy modeling. He is currently working towards the completion of a Solar Energy Engineering Micromasters through the Delft University of Technology, […]

Phil Lancaster

Phil Lancaster (LLB, LLM) spent the majority of his work career as a consultant with and for First Nations on a wide variety of governmental issues including traditional justice, law, education, resource extraction, employment matters and other issues of importance to First Nations. Phil has also taught as a sessional lecturer in a number of […]

Dr. Kirit Patel

Dr. Kirit Patel is an Associate Professor of International Development Studies at the Menno Simons College affiliated with the University of Winnipeg & Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg. As an academic, policy analyst, and development professional, Dr. Patel’s teaching, research, and community engagement are focused on food security, environmental justice, and community empowerment. His current research […]

Heather Fast

Heather is a Ph.D. student at the University of Manitoba’s Natural Resources Institute. She also teaches the Environmental Law 3600 course at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law. Heather has completed three prior degrees at the University of Manitoba from the Faculty of Arts (Global Political Economy) and the Faculty of Law (J.D. and […]

Josh Brandon

Josh Brandon is a community animator with the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg. He conducts public policy research on issues of poverty, housing and income. He co-edited Poor Housing: a Silent Crisis, a book about low income housing in Winnipeg. He was chair of Make Poverty History Manitoba (2016 to 2018). He is also a committed […]

Volunteer Coordinator – Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition

Description: The Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition (MEJC) is currently seeking applications for the position of Volunteer Coordinator. The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary role is to assist MEJC in providing leadership in volunteer recruitment and management, including best practices around team-building and fostering safe and inclusive spaces. Click here to the posting   

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Kathryn Dompierre

Kathryn is a Research and Development Engineer for the software company, GEO-SLOPE, working to improve the numerical tools available for geotechnical engineers and geoscientists. Previously, Kathryn completed a Ph.D. in civil engineering at the University of Saskatchewan on oil sands reclamation, and a M.Sc. in Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and Political […]