Andrea ChapmanBranch ManagerAndrea loves everything outdoors and brings experience with education, research, and management to the Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook branch. She is excited to be working within the communities she calls home!
Ali HadikinCommunications & Fundraising CoordinatorAli is excited to be living, working, and adventuring in the Kootenays. She is eager to foster your love of our planet through events and communications.
Christel HagnProgram CoordinatorChristel has found her dream job helping to educate people from all walks of life on the importance of creating beautiful, healthy spaces and supporting local food systems. She is passionate about all things involving health, wellness, nature, and community!
Chad KileSustainability CoordinatorPreviously an urban farmer, Chad is interested in creating strong local food economies.
Patty KolesnichenkoEducatorPatty is in her element when teaching outdoor education and enjoys helping young people find meaningful connections to their natural environment. She enjoys spending time with her family hiking, skiing, canoeing and exploring many of the wild places in BC and beyond.
Alannah LeachFarmers' Market CoordinatorAlannah has a background in fine arts, so she sought out a community with a comfortable juxtaposition between outdoor adventures and artistic opportunities - bringing her to call Kimberley home!
Anna MalvinEducatorAnna loves being outdoors and sharing that love with others. She is excited to bring a background in Wildlife Biology to Wildsight’s outdoor education programming.
Kim UrbaniakEducatorKim brings plenty of enthusiasm and passion for outdoor activities and connecting people with the natural world. With a background in Environmental Education and Communications, she brings a varied skillset of community engagement, program development, and volunteer management.
Join The Team
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.