Staff & Contractors
Aviva FialkowRevelstoke Branch Development and Administrative CoordinatorAviva was born and raised in Mohkinstsis on Treaty 7 land, otherwise known as Calgary, Alberta. She obtained a BA in Communications Studies and Sustainability Studies from the University of Calgary in 2018. Throughout her career, she has worked in non-profit, renewable energy and postsecondary environments to advance sustainable development across Alberta. Turning her dreams of pursuing a conservation career and mountain adventures into reality, Aviva relocated to Revelstoke in August 2021 to...
Jade Harvey-BerrillEducatorJade is originally from the UK where she obtained her 1st Class HONS BSc in Physical Geography from QMUL. She made Revelstoke, BC her permanent home in 2017. Through her company “Stoked On Science”, she delivers science and geography based field trips and workshops in school to the local community and beyond, in addition to after school clubs focused on nature, outdoors skills and science.
Board of Directors
Christina ChongRevelstoke Branch TreasurerChristina grew up in Toronto and moved to Revelstoke in 2018. From being a backyard composter to volunteering with her university’s residence recycling program, she has always aimed to reduce her impact on the environment. Currently, Christina is a partner at a local accounting firm and loves hiking in her spare time.
Kent ChristensenRevelstoke Branch PresidentKent moved to Revelstoke in the fall of 2015 after finishing his undergraduate degree.The ease of access to the outdoors and the opportunities that a small town provides brought him to call Revelstoke home. He feels fortunate to have a good job working as a treeplanter in Revelstoke which allows him to see far into the many valleys of the Columbia River Basin. Experiencing the beauty and vastness of our home through work...
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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.