Meet Our Staff

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Lois recently returned home to NB, after 30 years away working on environmental policy elsewhere, to join CCNB as Executive Director. Lois was most recently a Senior Policy Advisor to three Ministers of the Environment in Ontario since 2003 before establishing her own consulting practice. She was previously the Executive Director at the Toronto Environmental Alliance where she helped Toronto City Council adopt its progressive Smog Action Plan, ban the use of cosmetic pesticides, develop its Climate Change Action plan and its waste diversion plan, as well as amendments to its sewer use by-law and building permit process. At TEA Lois also successfully developed the campaign that saw provincial political parties’ commit to phase-out coal-fired electricity in Ontario.

Lois’ first job in the environmental movement was at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick in 1981 where she was employed as a summer student. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Thomas University in Fredericton, NB


Matt is the Fundy Baykeeper and Marine Conservation Director. Matt works out of CCNB’s marine conservation office in St. Andrews and aboard CCNB’s patrol vessel, the Fundy Baykeeper.





Tracy is our Forest Campaign Director. She works toward protecting and restoring New Brunswick’s diverse mixedwood forest. Currently she is collaborating with the rural municipality of Upper Miramichi to realize their vision of a community forest within their boundaries. Tracy has a keen interest in environmental justice and eradicating Canadian mining abuses overseas and at home, which is rooted in her time spent at mine-affected communities in Indonesia and Guatemala, and graduate work on mine pollution.


Nadine is our No Child Left Inside Project Coordinator. She works to get children outside and engaged with nature by supporting teachers in delivering existing curriculum outside the classroom walls using nature as a resource and teaching tool. She also helps develop outdoor spaces and natural areas on or near school grounds. She is a member of the Sustainability Education Alliance of NB, the Collaborative Effort on Children’s Environmental Health, and the NB Biodiversity Collaborative. She is also on the board of the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada. Sharing her love and appreciation for the natural world has long been a part of everything Nadine does.



As our Freshwater Protection program director, Stephanie is currently working on wetland policy, community engagement on the St. John River and protecting water from the risks and impacts of shale gas and mining projects. Stephanie has worked as a researcher at the University of New Brunswick and Mount Allison University on watershed management and community sustainability. Stephanie has a love for water and a passion for helping to protect its flow through our environment, culture, and economy.