Liz is a full-time staff and Board member. She works on legislative matters, with her primary issues including municipal animal control by-laws and hunting issues. Liz is AAC’s fundraising coordinator and can be reached at 416-462-9541 ext:23 or through her e-mail: email@example.com
Jordan is a full-time staff member, working in Victoria, British Columbia. He is also a mental health and addictions worker and community organizer. He co-organizes a number of organizations and events including the Vancouver Island Vegan Association, Vegtoria Veg Fest, Animal Advocacy Camp, Pets OK BC, the View Royal Rabbit Rescue and the Victoria Horse Alliance. Jordan can be reached through his email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lia is a full-time staff member and donor relations coordinator. She handles administrative duties and also maintains the AAC website. Lia can be reached at the office at 416-462-9541 ext: 24 or through her e-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Olivier Berreville holds a PhD in Biology from Dalhousie University and has been involved with various non-profit animal protection organizations for more than 20 years. He is the Scientific Advisor for Canadians for the Ethical Treatment of Farmed Animals and has been the Canadian National Contact for the International Network for Humane Education since 2003, assisting life science students learn in their chosen field without harming animals. Originally from France, Olivier spent much of his childhood around farm animals, witnessing not only the complexity of the animals’ lives but also the reality of their exploitation at the hands of humans. Olivier has since conducted dozens of investigations across Canada with a focus on on-farm conditions. His field experience, together with his scientific background, allow him to advocate for animals from a unique perspective. Dr. Berreville does not work out of our main office.
Sinikka, is a long-time animal activist. She is Executive Director of The Canadian Horse Defence Coalition (based in Westbank, British Columbia) and co-founder, past president and advisor for The Responsible Animal Care Society (based in Kelowna, British Columbia). Sinikka can be reached through her email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Georges volunteers his time from Montreal to work on a number of different animal and environmental issues, specializing in bear and seal issues. Georges can be reached through his email: email@example.com
Barry is a Director for AAC, Zoocheck Canada and the Born Free USA United with The Animal Protection Institute. He is an author and artist. Barry assists AAC primarily on various bird and wildlife issues. Barry can be reached through his email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen is a former municipal councillor in Beaconsfield, Québec, who spearheaded several animal and environmental protection bylaws and policies during her three mandates on council. She believes that the raising of animals for meat and dairy is inextricably linked to the environment and that all levels of government have a role to play in reducing the multiple negative impacts of these industries, including systemic animal cruelty and environmental degradation. Karen can be reached through her email: email@example.com
Anne volunteers her time from Montreal to assist on a number of animal issues. She also volunteers for a Montreal-area “no kill” shelter. Anne can be reached through her email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicki works part-time for AAC doing research and writing for our campaigns. Vicki co-founded a grassroots advocacy group called Friends of Captive Animals to advocate for animals confined and exploited for entertainment. She participated for seven years on a citizens’ advisory committee that promotes best practices regarding municipally supported companion animal services and protection of urban wildlife, and remains actively engaged in all municipal matters regarding animals. Vicki also works with London volunteers providing TNR services for community cats. Vicki can be reached through her email: email@example.com
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