Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee

ACEE is engaging a wide variety of stakeholders to help create an Environmental Education Framework to support Alberta Education’s Action on Curriculum initiative. This work is being led by ACEE and will support the work of Alberta Education. Below is a list of individuals and organizations on the Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC) that supported this work from March to December 2012.

Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee meeting, December 13, 2012.
From left to right: Jesse Beaudry, Gareth Thomson, Kimberly Gray, Sherry Bennett, Kathryn Wagner, Dr. Liza Ireland, Bill Bagshaw, Renate Taylor Majeau, Joanne Barwise, Kathy Worobec, James Bartram

 

NamePositionOrganization
Antonella BellPhD CandidateUniversity of Alberta
Barb SimicAdvisor, Community Investment and VolunteerismConocoPhillips
Bill BagshawEnvironment & Outdoor Education SpecialistEdmonton Public Schools
Dr. Bonnie ShapiroProfessorFaculty of Education, University of Calgary
Cal KulmanExecutive DirectorRiverwatch
Dr. Gail JardineProfessorFaculty of Education, University of Calgary
James BartramEducation DirectorThe Palisades Stewardship Education Centre, Parks Canada and Grande Yellowhead Public School Division
Jason TaylorDevelopment Team and ConsultantNAAEE Framework for Assessing Environmental Literacy and Nature Talks LLC
Jeff GaulinDirector, Communications & Government RelationsTervita
Dr. Jerine PeggProfessorFaculty of Education (elem), University of Alberta
Joanne BarwiseEducation Program CoordinatorAlberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
Kathryn WagnerProgram ManagerInside Education
Kerrie MortonManager, Education ProgramsWild BC
Kimberly GrayCorporate Communications Coordinator, Masters StudentConnacher Oil & Gas Ltd., Royal Roads University
Laura Perry Community Members
Lisa VandendoolGrade 1 Teacher, Masters Student

Lac La Biche, Royal Roads University

Lois WozneyCommunity Involvement AdvisorEncana
Lorie AshworthRegional ManagerTD Canada Trust
Michael PodloskyCoordinator, Professional DevelopmentAlberta Teachers' Association
Pam SchwartzbergExecutive DirectorLearning for a Sustainable Future
Dr. Rick MrazekProfessor and Associate DeanFaculty of Education, University of Lethbridge
Sherry BennettExecutive DirectorAlberta Assessment Consortium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representatives from Alberta Education
Renate Taylor Majeau
Wendy Malanchen
Keith Millions

 

 

 

 

 

“Schools should prepare us for the future, not the past. The future of the world will be built on sustainability. If we learn what sustainable technologies are available when we are in school, we will be able to help shape the future of global sustainability when we graduate.” 

- Quinn, student at Jasper Place high school in Edmonton