Staff

Maya Menezes, Development Director

Maya is the newest member of the TEA-m. She steps into the role of Development Director having worked in donor engagement, fundraising and digital campaigns for the past eight years.

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Franz Hartmann, Executive Director

In April of 2007 Franz became TEA's Executive Director. Franz has been advocating for a green Toronto since 1990 when he first volunteered at TEA.

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Emily J. Alfred, Senior Campaigner

Emily joined TEA in April 2010. She brings experience in non-profit organizations and a background in Urban Planning, communications and environmental education to her work at TEA.

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Heather Marshall, Campaigns Director

Since joining TEA in 2007, Heather has investigated environmental issues and engaged neighbourhoods across Toronto to bring about local solutions.

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Dusha Sritharan, Campaigner

Dusha first began at TEA as a volunteer in 2009. Since then, she has volunteered and worked with a number of non-profit organizations with a focus on the environment.

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Jolene Cushman, Communications and Engagement Coordinator

Jolene has been engaging communities online and offline on TEA’s work since the fall of 2013 when she joined the canvass team.

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Olivia O'Connor, Canvass Manager

Olivia joined TEA’s canvass team in 2014 after completing an Environmental Science and Studies degree from Trent University.

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Stephanie Wan, Development Coordinator

Stephanie joined TEA as a front-line campaigner after receiving her degree in Environmental Studies and Sociology from the University of Toronto in 2014.

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Andy McKinnon, Canvass Field Manager

Andy joined TEA’s canvass team after moving to Toronto in 2015. He was eager to engage in grassroots politics in his new city, which made working with the canvass team a great fit.

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Liz Glor-Bell, Canvass Field Manager and Events Coordinator

Liz joined TEA's canvass team in January 2016. She is a community activist and organizer who has engaged people all across Toronto in the pursuit of environmental sustainability and social justice. 

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