Myriam Bourdeau-PotvinBranch Board DirectorAfter obtaining her Science Degree at the University of Ottawa, Myriam got involved with not-for-profits, contributing to the preservation of the massive urban Boucher Forest. Her passion for biology, science popularization and sustainable lifestyles brought her to the Rockies where she made Fernie her home.
Casey BrennanRegional Board Director
Elk Valley Board DirectorCasey and his family live work and play in Fernie in the heart of Canada's beautiful Southern Rockies. Casey managed Wildsight's Southern Rockies Campaign for a decade and is grateful for the opportunity to continue to support progress on conservation and community sustainability through volunteering with Wildsight.
Mary CosmanBranch Board PresidentMary Cosman has been a grower-member of Seeds of Diversity Canada since the early 1990s. She was a member of the Prince George Community Garden while living there, and has been a director of Fernie’s Community EcoGarden since moving here in 2005.
Randi JenningsBranch Board DirectorOriginally from Kimberley, BC, Randi had a love for the conservation of nature from a young age. After finishing a BSc. in Biology from University of Victoria, Randi ventured to Yellowknife, NT for a Wildlife Management Biologist career. Randi and her husband have made the move back to BC and are excited to call Fernie home! She is excited to bring her passion...
Robyn PeelBranch Board DirectorAs an avid supporter of local, social enterprises and people making positive change, Robyn joined Wildsight Elk Valley as a volunteer in 2020 to help bring Local, their social enterprise local food store, to life.
Kaitlyn PhilipBranch Board DirectorSince her arrival in Fernie, Kaitlyn has spearheaded and supported multiple project campaigns throughout the region. With a deep love for the outdoors, Kaitlyn strives to build a future where humans can leave a positive impact on the environment.
Kristina WoodfordAccountant & Branch Board DirectorKristina studied Biology at UVic and more recently studied Accounting at COTR. She now lives in Jaffray, BC with her husband and two kids where she raises chickens and loves working in her garden and camping at the local lakes. She is passionate about environmental protection and wants to foster more awareness in the South Country community
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Want to protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with us! Wildsight volunteers are a very special group of people who give generously of their time to stuff envelopes, attend rallies, help run events, put up posters, keep tabs on forestry practices in their communities and participate in citizen science initiatives.