Elisabeth Graham, Executive Director

Elisabeth Graham - Bio

 

Elisabeth brings a wealth of personal experience and expertise in the fields of disability and business management. She has a degree  in Administrative Studies with a specialty in Human Relations and Social Organization.

 

Amy Brunning, Forest Discovery Program Coordinator

Amy Amy attended Trent University for Biology and Environmental Science as well as completed a Graduate Certificate in Ecosystem  Restoration at Niagara College.  She is a Certified Interpretive Guide, on the Board of Directors for Coyote Watch Canada, a part-time instructor at Niagara College, very active in the community with tree planting initiatives and environmental education as well as a member of local nature clubs. Amy enjoys sharing her understanding of nature through the development and delivery of environmental education. 

Lisa Staton, Forest Discovery Program Assistant

IMG_8270Lisa brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Heartland including: Environmental Conservation Certificate from Guelph University, Certified Interpretive Guide, High Five Certification and Nature and Wilderness Survival training. Prior to coming to Heartland Forest, she had many years of experience with Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority as an interpretive guide at Balls Falls. Her face lights up when she is interacting with the kids – we are glad she is part of the team!