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Meet Our Board of Directors

To contact us email Board@bcclimatealliance.ca

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Loi Goldman

Lori is an ESL teacher and former deli owner and caterer who cares about social justice and climate solutions. She is a world traveler who has known extreme air and plastic pollution in China, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Nepal. Lori is active in the community volunteering with First Things First Okanangan in Penticton, BC, striking for the climate, and encouraging others to participate for a future of climate justice. She loves birding, hiking the Penticton hills and waterways, and learning languages.

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Eryne Croquet

Eryne Croquet wears many hats. During the day, she works as a professional geoscientist and agrologist at Statlu Environmental Consulting Ltd., which she co-owns. She supervises junior geoscientists working in terrain stability and forest hydrology. After work, she advocates for better responses to climate change by meeting with municipal and provincial elected representatives to discuss reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and by building community in Chilliwack BC to be sure there is public pressure supporting important climate change initiatives. It was through this climate change work that Eryne became involved in the BC Climate Alliance. In her personal time, Eryne spends time with friends, family, and her pets doing things outside as much as possible. Ask her about commuting by e-bike!

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Michael Abrosimoff-Penner

 I’m 18 years old and I got involved with climate Activism back in 2019. When the Fridays for future west Kootenay started up. From there I’ve volunteered in many organizations. Including FFFWK, West Kootenay climate hub, ccl Nelson, XR west Kootenay, Bc Climate Alliance, and many more. I am the I.T web manager and social media. For the west Kootenay climate hub.

Fun Fact: about me is I love being in nature with friends rather than playing video games.

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Brad Procter

Brad is the President of the Gorge Waterway Action Society, an environmental charity that operates the Gorge Waterway Nature House in Esquimalt Gorge Park, concentrating on youth-focused environmental education, restoration and biology work.  Brad is also the CEO of Deep Cove Ventures Inc., a real estate company in Victoria.  Prior to real estate, Brad practiced law at Baker Mckenzie LLP in Toronto.  He holds a Commerce degree and a Law degree from the University of Victoria, and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.  He is also a director of the South Island Disc Golf Society.  Brad lives in Victoria with his wife, his two sons, and his dog Walter the Brussels Griffon.

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