Gandhi once said, “Be the change you want to see in the world”. Our mission at the Centre is to provide the learning, networking and technologies to help all of us “be the change” for a more sustainable world.
Change occurs best through collaboration, and this blog is a collaborative effort of “change-makers”. Please find below the profile of our bloggers. Want to join us? We are keen to add new people and perspectives to our conversations. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be a regular contributor.
Our Team of Bloggers
Kathryn is a committed sustainability practitioner and educator dedicated to driving business competitive advantage by “greening” the bottom-line. As President of the Sustainability Learning Centre she has had the privilege of working with hundreds of companies and sustainability practitioners through their learning journey. She is one of three Founding Members of the Eco-Business Zone Alliance of Ontario and President of the Sustainability Learning Centre. Prior to this she was VP of Training, Strategic Projects and Marketing at the Guelph Food Technology Centre.
Daniel is a sustainability professional who is deeply engaged with finding practical solutions for how business can minimize its environmental footprint. Daniel holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business (YorkU) and acted as President of the school’s Net Impact chapter. With a background in film/media and relationship management, Daniel is professionally focused on stakeholder engagement, change management and corporate communications. In his personal time, Daniel enjoys photography, outdoor adventuring and travel, or ideally, all three combined.
Jody is an environmental professional with over 11 years of experience in consulting and the public sector. With a background in environmental science and engineering (and an MBA to boot), Jody’s interests lie in finding sustainability through process improvement and strategic opportunities. When not trying to figure out the problems of the day, Jody spends his time trying to figure out the small little man that has come into his life and reminds him that true happiness can come even when you’re off-balance.