GCC Board of Directors welcomes new members

gcc-logo-high-resolutionGCC’s BOARD of Directors met at the end of September, welcoming four new members appointed at the 2016 AGM.

Joining the Board are

  • Tracy Hucul, Executive Director of the Green Action Centre (Winnipeg)
  • Alec Ross, Executive Director of Red Squirrel Conservation Services (Kingston)
  • Kate Taylor, Director of Projects, Aki Energy (Winnipeg)
  • Lucy Cummings, Executive Director, Faith and the Common Good (Toronto)

The new members bring a wide range of skills and expertise to the Board:

  • Tracy Hucul has 16 years of management experience in the public and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining Winnipeg’s Green Action Centre, she was General Manager of Winnipeg’s West End Cultural Centre, and a Program Manager with the Department of Canadian Heritage.
  • Alec Ross is an award winning writer with more than 25 years’ experience in journalism, consulting, and academic and non-profit corporate communications and management.
  • Kate Taylor worked as GCC’s Affordable Energy coordinator prior to joining Aki Energy Inc., an Aboriginal social enterprise working with First Nations to build community-owned and locally installed renewable energy systems in Manitoba. She has a Masters Certification in Project Management from the Schulich School of Business.
  • Lucy Cummings works with diverse faith communities to build greener, healthier, more sustainable and resilient neighbourhoods. She speaks Mandarin Chinese and was a professor of global politics at the University of Hong Kong.

Also serving on GCC’s Board of Directors are: Chris Birchall (Chair); Dave Blake (Treasurer); Paul-Antoine Troxler (Secretary); and Directors Ellen Mortfield, David MacIsaac, Stephanie Crocker, and Kevin Behan.

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