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Sophia Sestito

Before Sophia Sestito (BES, 2007), construction services company EllisDon did not have a go-to person to consult with for environmental management – fast-forward five years since Sophia joined the organization and an environmental department may very well be the next step. With multiple projects on-the-go – some days as many as 45 – Sestito’s days […]

Pablo Bose

Pablo taught during my last year of my PhD at Trent in International Development Studies and began a two-year SSHRC post-doc at the University of Vermont (UVM). In 2008, he started a tenure-track position at UVM and was granted tenure in 2015. He co-published a book with Peter Penz and Jay Drydyk on development and […]

Jocelyn Thorpe

Jocelyn Thorpe is an associate professor in women's and gender studies and history at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Her research draws from critical race, feminist, and environmental studies scholarship to examine the history and legacies of, as well as challenges to, colonialism in the Canadian context. She seeks to understand how past discourses […]

Bipasha Baruah

Bipasha Baruah is the Canada Research Chair in Global Women’s Issues and a tenured full professor in the Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research at the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Baruah conducts interdisciplinary research on gender, development and globalization; women and work; and social, political and economic inequality. Her research on women and […]

Jennifer Dockstator

For the last 3-1/2 years Jennifer has been working with Trent University's Department of Indigenous Studies. As a Research Associate, she has been involved in a community-driven project, funded by CIHR, with Eabametoong First Nation in northern Ontario. The program aimed to contribute toward improving community health and well-being through initiatives prioritized by Chief and […]

Brett Dolter

Brett Dolter is an ecological economist specializing in climate and energy policy research. He has published in journals such as Energy Policy and Ecological Economics. Brett completed his PhD degree at York University where his research focused on pathways for greening the Saskatchewan grid. He holds a Masters in Economics from the University of Victoria […]

Femida Handy

I am currently Professor at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Social Policy and Practice. I specialize in the economics of the Nonprofit Sector, which includes philanthropy and volunteering. I have served as editor in chief of the journal in the area (NVSQ), and currently am the Director of the Ph.D. program at my school. […]

Olubunmi Kusimo

Olubunmi Kusimo always looked up to her father who was an avid lover of the environment and worked as a Mining Engineer for Royal Dutch Shell, the multinational oil and gas company. Growing up, her favorite memories with her father were watching documentaries and engaging in intellectual conversations about the environment. He was always determined […]

José Hinterholzer Pino

From addressing the conservation status of local animals and educating the community about them, acknowledging how certain trees drive illegal logging, to identifying new species, Jose Hinterholzer Pino’s work as the Director of the Natural Reserves of Balam Kin and Balam-Kú in Mexico is exactly what you might be thinking of when you hear ‘environmental […]

Sabrina Chiefari

As an Environmental Educator in the GTA, Sabrina Chiefari’s work centers on community engagement, outdoor education and environmental well-being.  She accredits her ability to consider multiple factors of an issue and analyze situations from a variety of different perspectives to her studies in the Bachelor in Environmental Studies with the Faculty of Environmental Studies at […]