Role: To serve as an advisory resource to the Executive Director.
Responsibilities: To provide input into the planning and development of future programs and services that meet the needs of MSC members. Meet on an ad hoc basis, input is solicited via e-mail and occasional conference call as needed.
Advisory Council Members:
Jack Luskin: Director, Emeritus, Program for the Practice of Sustainability (University of Masachusetts Lowell) and Head of Organizational/Cultural Change for Sustainability – The Luskin Group.
Jean Sébastien Trudel: Life Cycle Management expert focused on providing corporate leaders the best tools to succeed in their sustainable development endeavour.
Jennifer Lynes: assistant professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development at the University of Waterloo. Research interests include: community-based social marketing, green marketing and corporate greening.
Katelyn McFadyen: as a graduate from the University of Edinburgh, she focused her research on strategies to assist communities in benefitting from Scotland’s ambitious renewable energy goals. Katelyn has experience in environmental education through creating programs to engage youth regarding environmental issues.
Kim Perrotta: has a Master Degree in Health Science from the University of Toronto where she specialized in occupational health and a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, and more than 25 years of experience doing research, policy analysis, program development, project management and education on issues related to health and the environment.
Manuel Riemer: assistant professor in psychology faculty at Wilfrid Laurier University. Research interests include: community-based change for promotion of environmentally sustainable behaviours.
Marc Hébert: working in strategic healthcare quality management at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg and pursuing his MBA at the University of Manitoba. He has contributed to MSC projects in the past on sustainable consumption and hospital food procurement while completing his Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Guelph.
Michelle Rutty: Ph.D candidate, 8+ years of theoretical and practical experience in field of environmental resource management, climate change and tourism.
Maya Stano: professional engineer turned lawyer with a focus on natural resource management. She is currently working on her LL.M. (Masters in Law) with a focus on law and policies for certifying metal mining and linking it with local manufacturing of sustainable products.