Julie joined KWIC in 2003 as an exciting opportunity to connect a decade + of social justice work, volunteer engagement and project mangement, and experience living andworking in the West Indies, North Africa and the Canadian Arctic, with her new life in Peterborough. What she enjoys most is getting connected with and learning from all the amazing people that gather through KWIC, bringing their passion and ideas. (And the notoriously great food at KWIC gatherings). She is mindful of the urgent need to preserve the integrity of this amazing and interconnected life system we call Earth for her beautiful son and children everywhere.
Julie completed her Honours B.A. at Waterloo University (Co-op Program), B. ED. at York and a Community-based International Development Program, specializing in Participatory Approaches at the COADY International Institute (St. Xavier University) in Nova Scotia.
Ontario Work Study Program (OWSP) Staff
KWIC Community Outreach Liaison
Resource Centre Coordinator
Trent International Subsidy Program (TIP) Staff
Lhazin Yangzom Nedup
KWIC Youth Outreach Liaison
Contract and Special Projects
Nogojiwanong Watershed Ed. (Blue Water) Facilitator
Glen is an experienced outdoor educator, musician and puppeteer, who on any given day might be found at Ecology Park, Ptbo Green Up (Captain Climate), Camp Kawartha, the Canoe Museum or the new Camp Kawartha Sustainability Centre (to name a few of his favourite spots)! Nogojiwanong is the first collaboration between KWIC and the Paddling Puppeteers! To find out more about the Paddling Puppeteers or to book a Watershed Ed workshop for your group, contact Glen at paddlingpuppeteers.com.
Book Keeper, New Leaf Business
Michael has brought experience and expertise to KWIC’s financial management systems since 2008.