Scott Florence | Managing Director
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Scott brings 25+ years of experience in the sector to the reThink Green team. A lover of creative and innovative approaches and data-driven tools and strategies, Scott uses his leadership, project management, and event management skills to inspire great teams to do great things. Passionate about community, Scott believes that solutions and sustainability begin locally. Scott is involved with the Sudbury arts and culture industry, where he has worked as a General Manager, actor, director, creator and teacher. Father to Raphaël, Scott is delighted to be working with a company that is leaving a sustainable green future for the generations to come.
Richard Eberhardt | Green Economy North Program Director
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Richard Eberhardt engages a background in strategic communications, service development, and grassroots organizing to establish a network of sustainable businesses in Sudbury and Northeastern Ontario. Working with Sustainability CoLab and the reThink Green team, Richard is establishing the first target-based sustainability program in the North. He brings an extensive knowledge of local and regional organizing from many years as assistant to a local Member of Parliament, as a political operative, and as an active member of Sudbury's not-for-profit community. He is a board director for a number of environmental and social organizations, and has previously been a member of reThink Green's board. Father to Reese and Rowan. He also finds time to share musical talent with local choirs.
David St. Georges | Communications Director
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David St. Georges is the Communications and Events Director for reThink Green. He 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 | Member Profile Officer
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Cassidy McAuliffe works with Green Economy North Members to produce short videos that highlight their sustainability efforts. She designs communication pieces, including the Annual Report. With a degree in Environmental Studies from Laurentian University, and a graduate diploma in Environmental Visual Communication from Fleming College in partnership with the Royal Ontario Museum, Cassidy uses her expertise in Environmental Communications to raise the profile of the Green Economy North program and its members. Cassidy is also an avid outdoor lifestyle photographer who loves to explore trails accompanied by a thermos of coffee.
Chris Blackmore | Technical Specialist
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Chris Blackmore works with Green Economy North members to create emission baselines, and performs sustainability audits on their facilities. He works alongside the members to produce action plans that help them create their sustainability goals. Chris focuses on providing technical support and solution to our members. He holds a diploma in electrial engineering technology from Nova Scotia Community College, a degree in engineering and applied science from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a post-graduate diploma in environmental monitoring and impact assessment from Cambrian College. Chris enjoys exploring new places and fishing.
Vincent Cisa-Paré | Sustainability and Member Engagement
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Vincent Cisa-Paré is supporting Green Economy North and brings a bilingual component to the program. By providing member support, Vincent helps businesses in the Greater Sudbury area understand environmental initiatives and decrease their environmental impact. A strong focus of his role is developing sustainability goals, fund sourcing, carbon accounting, grant writing and sustainability profiling. He is a strong advocate of sustainability in his community and is a proud member of the force that is driving change. He holds a bachelor of science and a bachelor of business administration with a specialization in accounting. Both completed at Laurentian University.
Larysa Savrasykh | Marketing and Business Development Officer
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Larysa Savrasykh is Green Economy North's Marketing and Business Development Officer. She currently holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and is on the way to completing her doctoral dissertation on post mining land reclamation. Larysa also brings tremendous hands on experience in the marketing field through leading large-scale events and the creation of multi-channel marketing strategies. The successful combination of such varied paths gives her all the necessary skills and drive to further both Green Economy North and SUN Cooperation projects. Through her role Larysa is constantly increasing the public awareness of environmental issues. Combined with her passion for her work and a competitive nature Larysa is a very active person who constantly engages in sports, Canadian Travel and beyond.
Raili Lakanen | Sustainability Planner
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Raili Lakanen is coordinating the community energy planning project and overseeing member engagement for Green Economy North. Raili devotes project facilitation and research skills to assist member identification of sustainability goals, partnership and funding opportunities, and long-term energy plan development. Raili has a Master’s degree in Planning from the University of Toronto and is currently completing her doctoral dissertation on the climate justice movement in Canada. She also has experience in environmental advocacy and teaching at the university level. Raili is thrilled to have returned to live and work in her hometown of Sudbury.
Miranda Chilelli | Communications and Outreach Officer
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Miranda assists with all communication and event planning projects. She is a graduate of the public relations program at Cambrian College. She quickly realized the growing importance of using communication as a tool to change the way communities interact with and perceive the environment. Miranda has experience in outreach in both Canada and the United States, a highlight being her time at Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology, a research facility operating under the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Here she presented environmental workshops to people of all ages in addition to implementing community programs and events. Miranda enjoys exploring her home base in Northern Ontario, travelling around the globe and spending time outdoors.
Carly Seltzer | Forge Development Officer
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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.
Dawn Graham | Low-Carbon Building Skills Program Manager
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Dawn Graham is excited to be leading the research for the Sudbury-Manitoulin Low-Carbon Building Skills (LCBS) Partnership Project funded by the Government of Ontario. This project is a partnership between reThink Green and Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin, and will assess the current labour market capacity and skills training required for a LCBS workforce for Sudbury and Manitoulin. Dawn has a background in industrial trades, having worked for CN Rail as a Signals & Communications Technician and for the (then) Ontario Hydro as a Power Maintenance Electrician. Dawn has also worked as a professional stagehand in the live-performance industry, as a post-secondary instructor in the electrical techniques and powerline technician programs at Cambrian College, and most recently as the Project Coordinator for Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin where she conducted labour market research around workforce development.