Rebecca Danard is passionate about finding collaborative solutions to environmental challenges. Using extensive experience in non-profit leadership, project management, and event planning, she connects grass roots groups, non-profits, businesses and government agencies to ideas, partnerships, and resources. By using creative, innovative, data-driven strategies and tools, she works to build a sustainable community in Greater Sudbury and beyond. Rebecca also recruits and supports members of the Forge: the co-working space that reThink Green operates as a social enterprise. Through Green Economy North, powered by Sustainability CoLab, Rebecca helps businesses and organizations maximize the benefits for becoming more sustainable. Also interested in education, Rebecca mentors interns and academic placements at reThink Green. Rebecca is a trained professional musician, and plays principal clarinet in the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra.
David St. Georges is a strong advocate for Northern Ontario and its vibrant communities and has built a career in community communications and volunteer recruitment. Having focused on social outreach programs and natural disaster response through the Canadian Red Cross, he now uses his experience to engage others in environmentally sustainable solutions. Also a volunteer, David hosts community television through Eastlink TV, and participates in the planning of other local festivals and events.
Cassidy McAuliffe thrives at the intersection of environment and communications. With a post-graduate diploma in Environmental Visual Communications and a Masters in Science Communication, Cassidy uses her expertise to highlight sustainability initiatives being carried out by reThink Green's community partners, as well as by the members of the Green Economy North and Smart Green Communities program. Cassidy is also an avid outdoorswoman who loves to canoe and explore trails always with coffee and camera in hand.
Carly Seltzer is coordinates the Forge expansion project to grow reThink Green's co-working space. Carly has recently graduated from Laurentian University with knowledge and skills from both the Law and Justice as well as the Biology program. With such a wide range of knowledge she uses her passion to increase community outreach of the Forge and is excited to see more people utilize this community working space.
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