Beth is a social and ecological justice advocate with more than 10 years experience in sustainable development. She has worked with academia, civil society and government, including and most recently Status of Women Canada. Her work has focused primarily on freshwater management, climate justice, gender, and urban issues. Beth was a Youth Council member of PWRDF and supported the work of justgeneration.ca and the Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth (CLAY) National Youth Project Working Group. She has worked in social justice, camping, and youth ministry at the parish and diocesan level for the Anglican Church in Ottawa, Kingston, and Toronto.
Beth has a Masters of Environmental Studies from York University and a BA from Queen’s University in Global Development Studies and Economics. When not at work, you can find Beth enjoying live music in the city, running along the waterfront, or trying new food. On weekends, you can find her sailing with her partner Sebastian on Georgian Bay, swimming at her family cottage on Sharbot Lake, or, in the winter months, downhill skiing.