When October 14, 2021 at 1:00pm 1 hr 10 mins
Where Online Event London, ON, Canada

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Learn from various local environmental nonprofits about how a network approach to environmental issues works in their community. Environmental issues can seem large and overwhelming, but a network approach, tailored to the community, help make environmental action fun and often successful.

1:00-1:10pm - Welcome & Introductions
1:10-1:40pm - Speakers
1:40-2:00pm - Q&A and Discussion
2:00-2:10pm - Wrap Up & Learnings


Lisa Kohler
Lisa’s career in the environmental not-for-profit sector spans more than twenty years in the U.S. and Canada. Lisa has a degree in environmental policy and analysis and certification as an Accredited Partnership Broker. With a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit organization management industry. With internationally-recognized leadership for inspiring climate change initiatives, Lisa has an influential role in Halton. She is the orchestrator of the Halton Climate Collective, a dedicated team of leaders focused on advancing local action.

Skylar Franke
As Executive Director of the London Environmental Network, Coves resident and President of the Urban League of London Board, localist Skylar Franke can most often be found right in the middle of conversations overlapping the environment, the community and politics.

Rebecca Danard
As Executive Director of reThink Green Rebecca Danard is passionate about finding collaborative solutions to environmental challenges. With extensive experience in non-profit leadership, project management, and community engagement, she built reThink Green from being the only paid to staff to the current staff team. Since coming to reThink Green in 2014, Rebecca attracted many new programs, funders, and partners.