Jenise Lee is a passionate environmental engineer who always stresses the importance of a healthy living environment. By raising awareness and engaging the public via innovative outreach and events, she hopes to work towards a more sustainable and healthier way of life for all.
Enida Kule enjoys a healthy way of living and being actively involved in the community. She brings to WHEN an array of skills and expertise in business, engineering and sustainability. Enida is passionate to help connect women with vital tools and information for better environmental and public health.
Elizabeth is excited to be a part of WHEN’s team as it represents what she feels strongly about – health promotion, the influence of women and leveraging the collective capacity of a network. She brings experience from many areas of public health where she has learned the importance of clear, evidence-based information when communicating health risks.
Frances Darwin is a Communications and Fundraising professional. In her role as Sales and Marketing Manager at ZooShare, she successfully raised $4M to fund the construction of North America's 1st zoo-based biogas plant, which will turn food waste and manure into electricity for the Ontario grid. As the Managing Director of Henna Heals, which empowered artists and women with hair loss, Frances oversaw the growth of the organization from a team of 5 local women into an international community of over 300 members. At its peak, Henna Heals' Facebook posts reached an average of 2 million people per week.
Carita Edwards has over 10 years of experience in public policy, government relations, and constitutional and international law. Carita is also a licensed paralegal and a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2008. Educational accomplishments include a Masters of Public Policy and Management from the University of London and Certificates in Adjudication, Facilitation, Arbitration, and Mediation from Seneca College and Osgoode Hall Law School.
Hélène is a hardworking passionate leader looking to make a meaningful difference in sustainability, renewable energy and urban issues. She has worked as an agronomist in the preservation of waterways in highly intensive agricultural areas. She has been active in politics at the municipal and federal level in the Montreal area before moving to Toronto.