Ann Duffy, Consultant
“We can engage, innovate and deliver on smart strategies for community building, environmental well-being and economic development.”
Ann Duffy is President of The Ann Duffy Group and former Corporate Sustainability Officer for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. She is an international advisor and speaker on integrated and multi-sector delivery models for sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Ann is also a senior fellow with the UBC Sauder School of Business ISIS Centre for Social Innovation and Sustainability and a Director for Clean Air Champions.
Sébastien Jodoin, Consultant
“We can reconcile economic, social, and environmental considerations toward a more lasting, more human, and more equitable prosperity.”
Sébastien is a Lead Counsel with the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law and the Director of the One Justice Project. He also holds Fellowships with the Canadian Centre for International Justice and the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.
Carolyn Webb, Consultant
“We can heal ourselves and the world.”
Carolyn Webb was the Programs Manager and Chief Administrative Officer at the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP), where she was responsible for communications, program coordination, policy research, fundraising, and recruiting and supervising CIELAP’s volunteers and interns. Carolyn is drawn to the huge overlap between social wellbeing and a thriving, resilient ecosystem.
Jorge Amigo, Campaigns Strategist
“We can re-shape the world with the power of ideas.” Jorge is an energetic communicator who is passionate about people and stories. A native of Mexico City, Jorge moved to Vancouver in 2007 to complete a BA in International Relations at the University of British Columbia. He became an associate of the One Earth Initiative Society in 2009, where he developed a tremendous interest for sustainability and systemic change. Wishing to gain a deeper understanding of environmental policy, Jorge then studied an MA in Political Science at UBC, focusing on climate change negotiations and renewable energy policies. He speaks four languages and is a constant participant in Vancouver’s arts and culture scene.
Céleste Côté, Communications Consultant
Céleste Côté has spent several years in the environmental non-profit sector, having worked for Sierra Club Canada on water issues, Environmental Defence on toxics and environmental health, and volunteers with Ecology Ottawa, a grassroots volunteer-led organization that aims to make Ottawa the green capital of Canada. Her passion for the intersection between social movements and policy making began during her time at the University of Ottawa, where she completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences in International Studies and Modern Languages.
Tavia Cosper, Communications Consultant
Tavia has been in the Marketing and Communication business for over ten years. She started her own company in 2011 (Sense Communication) to help local businesses share their stories. She works with many clients in several different industries, helping them increase their visibility through both traditional and new media.
Carlo Dade, Consultant, Political and Strategic Communications
“We can reach across political and ideological boundaries to find common ground and shape a broader positive response to the impacts of climate change.”
Carlo Dade is a senior fellow in the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa where he focuses on the role of private sector actors in development and developmental aspects of security sector reform.