|Toddi Steelman||Executive Directoremail@example.com||(306) 966-1499|
Toddi joined SENS as the Executive Director in August 2012, making the trek north to Saskatchewan from North Carolina State University.
She obtained her Master of Public Affairs in Domestic Public Policy at Princeton University and her PhD in Environmental and Natural Resource Policy at Duke Unviersity.
|Kevin Driscoll||Research Facilitatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(306) 966-7134|
Kevin joined SENS as a Research Facilitator in November, 2015. His role primarily consists of assisting researchers in identifying grant opportunities, providing guidance on best practices for success in preparing applications, providing assistance with identifying collaborative opportunities, assisting with the development of research proposals, and assisting with administrative details such as monitoring funding deadlines.
Kevin has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Concordia University, a Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography/Environmental Sciences from the University of Toronto, a Master of Science in Natural Resources Management from the University of Northern British Columbia, and a Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluation from Carleton University. He has previous experience as a Research Facilitator in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan, as well as with the Verschuren Centre for Sustainability in Energy and the Environment at Cape Breton University. Kevin also worked in the Research Partnerships Directorate at NSERC.
|Andrea Eccleston||Environmental Programs Coordinatoremail@example.com||(306) 966-8164|
Andrea joined SENS in 2015 as the Environmental Programs Coordinator. In this role she works closely with the undergraduate environmental programs in the colleges of Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts & Science and Engineering. Her work includes prospective student recruitment, developing unique initiatives to improve the experience for current students and facilitating inter-college collaboration among faculty and staff.
Andrea has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Land Use and Environmental Studies and a Letter in Geography from the University of Saskatchewan, a Master of Arts degree in Leadership from Royal Roads University and a certificate in special events coordination.
|Charlotte Hampton||Financial and Administrative Assistantfirstname.lastname@example.org||(306) 966-6949|
|Meagan Hinther||Communications Specialist (on leave)||email@example.com||(306) 966-1019|
Meagan has a Bachelor of Science from the McGill School of Environment and a postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. She has held communications positions with the City of Saskatoon, the University of Waterloo and Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. In addition, she began her career in environmental assessment with Parks Canada.
|Jennifer Martin||Administrative Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(306) 966-8431|
|Chris Morin||Communications Specialistemail@example.com||(306) 966-1019|
Chris joined SENS in 2016 as the communications specialist for both the school and the Global Institute for Water Security. In this role he manages website development and content, internal communications, event planning, media relations, student recruitment, alumni engagement and other functions related to external profile for SENS. Past jobs include Communications Officer with Parks Canada and a role as Arts Consultant for the Saskatchewan Arts Board. He holds a BA in Political Studies from the U of S and a certificate in Graphic Applications in Desktop Publishing – Communications and Public Relations from Concordia University. For the past ten years Chris has worked as a freelance features writer for numerous publications including The National Post, Planet S Magazine, The Toronto Star, News Talk Radio and more.
|Tracey McHardy||Financial Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(306) 966-1927|
|Irene Schwalm||Graduate Secretary (Thesis Programs)||email@example.com||(306) 966-1985|
Irene joined SENS in the summer of 2008, having previously worked in the College of Graduate Studies and Research. In her position as the Graduate Secretary, Irene is the first point of contact for prospective students. She coordinates the collection of application materials, maintains student records and assists the Graduate Chair with student matters. Irene also serves as a resource to current students, faculty, and other staff.
Irene holds a Business Administration Certificate from the University of Saskatchewan.