Our Board

Nicole Kucherenko

Chair

Nicole graduated from the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law in June 2017 and is now a practicing lawyer in Halton Hills. Prior to obtaining her law degree Nicole attended Queen's University where she completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours). Nicole has been involved in various environmental initiatives and organizations during her time as a student.

Cindy Toth

Vice Chair

Cindy Toth, HB.Sc., Dipl. EST (IHE) is recently retired from the Town of Oakville after serving as Director of the Environmental Policy department for almost 14 years. She has a degree in biological sciences and international diploma/masters in environmental science and technology. Cindy brings to the Board 35 year’s experience as an environmental scientist and policy strategist working on environmental sustainability, energy management, climate change, biodiversity, contaminated lands, air quality, outreach and education, environmental monitoring and data and indicator reporting.

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Lee Hartwell

Treasurer

Lee Hartwell is a Chartered Accountant who has worked in a variety of roles in different industries here in Canada , in Europe and the US . He has served on not for profit boards including the YMCA , Community Youth in Action Network and has served as President of two recreational clubs in Ontario. After many years living full time in Toronto , spending weekends and summers in Burlington, Lee and his wife moved to rural Burlington in 2008 where they are members of Cedar Springs Community Club .

Rob Bigler

Board Member

Rob is a senior business leader with significant global management and strategy experience. On the environmental side this has included developing business plans for cogeneration, biodigestion and second generation bioethanol. Rob is also a licensed civil engineer with a strong interest in sustainable design for buildings and communities. He has an MBA from Wharton and a BSc and MSc from Stanford University. Rob is excited to help the Halton Environmental Network become a strong local force for climate action

Andrea Bradley

Board Member

Andrea is a lawyer and holds a Master in Environmental Studies as well as a Master of Laws. She currently works as a professor in the Paralegal Program at Sheridan College. Previously, she worked in private practice in Indigenous rights law and has volunteered her time with numerous legal and educational community groups.

Raj Krishnamoorthy

Partner Deloitte

Raj Krishnamoorthy is a Partner in the Risk Advisory practice with Deloitte with over 25 years of experience. Raj works in the Technology risk and governance practice in Canada. Raj has a Master’s degree in Commerce. He is a Chartered Accountant (FCA) in England and Wales, a Chartered Accountant (CA) in Canada, a Certified Information Systems Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). Raj is also on the Board of Ascend Canada, an organization dedicated to furthering the careers of Pan Asians in the Canadian workplace.

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Moira Matsubuchi-Shaw

An Oakville resident, Moira has been involved in volunteer work with a number of organizations and schools. One of her primary interests is the connection between agri-food systems and climate change and the development of solutions.

Marsha Smith

Board Member

Over the last 15 years Marsha has worked at the nexus between information science and environmental management, with a wealth of experience from private entrepreneurship, NGOs and the public sector. Marsha holds both a Master of Environmental Science from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Environmental Studies specializing in Information Technology and Biophysical Systems from the University of Waterloo. She has worked overseas with governments and NGOs on improving water quality in the Caribbean and has worked at the federal level protecting species-at-risk in Canada.

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Lynne Jenkins

Lynne Jenkins has a BSc from Penn State University and an MBA from McMaster. She has worked for many years in consumer product management and project management roles. Her most important role has been raising three kids in Oakville. She is passionate about diversity and the environment. She can often be found walking her dogs in the beautiful trails in the Halton Region.