Andria Teather

Chief Executive Officer | andria.teather@janegoodall.ca
In 2002, Andria left the corporate world to work in the not-for-profit sector on diverse projects for organizations such as Volunteer Vancouver, Volunteering Western Australia and YWCA Vancouver.  She was the Executive Director of the Giving in Action Society and Vice-President, Grants and Community Initiatives, at the Vancouver Foundation. She has been a volunteer for a number of organizations and is pleased to be making a difference for people, animals and the environment.

Victoria Foote

Director, Communications & Fund Development | victoria@janegoodall.ca
Victoria has worked in the environmental non-profit sector for more than a decade where she spearheaded numerous campaigns and edited a magazine that received multiple Gold and Silver National Magazine Awards for excellence in environmental reporting. Inspired by Dr. Jane, Victoria works with JGI Canada’s awesome team to maximize the organization’s impact here and around the world.

Jennifer Duffy

Manager, Roots & Shoots | jennifer@janegoodall.ca
With more than 10 years’ experience as an educator, Jen joined the Jane Goodall Institute to focus her efforts on encouraging young people protect the Earth. Jen created the Tales from the Science Buffalo educational outreach program with WISEST (Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science & Technology at the University of Alberta) to engage Aboriginal students and train teachers through Indigenous Ways of Knowing.

Danielle Sarusi

Coordinator, Community Engagement | dani@janegoodall.ca
With a background in anthropology and almost a decade of youth programming and project coordination experience, Danielle joined JGI Canada to support young Canadians who are making a difference in their communities while learning about the connection between people, animals, and the environment. Dani brings experience in coordinating and leading international service learning projects for university students on community development initiatives.

Bella Lam

Director, Africa Programs | bella@janegoodall.ca
Bella joined JGI Canada in 2016, bringing with her over 15 years of experience working in international development. A passionate advocate for building local capacity, Bella has worked collaboratively with communities, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, to improve their well-being in different sectors, including health, nutrition, water and sanitation, food security, and economic empowerment.

A.J. Pilobello

Manager, Finance & Administration | aj@janegoodall.ca
A.J. is a Chartered Professional Accountant with a background in commerce and economics and joined JGI in 2015. He brings with him extensive experience in the not for profit sector having worked and volunteered for numerous non-profits including serving as Treasurer, Board Member and as a School Mentor.

Danielle Allen

Coordinator, Fund Development | danielle@janegoodall.ca
Danielle joined the team in 2015, inspired by JGI Canada’s holistic approach to animal and environmental protection. Danielle has worked as a Philanthropy Associate and as the IT manager at Ecojustice Canada and as a Youth Coordinator with Ladies Learning Code, a non-profit organization empowering women and children to become makers of technology.

Kylie Mondorf

Grant Writer & Researcher | kylie@janegoodall.ca
Kylie joined the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada in 2016, and is thrilled to be part of a team that has the profound ability to inspire individual action to make a positive difference in the world. Kylie brings strong experience in fundraising and grant writing for non-profit organizations and expertise from her degree in Tourism and Parks Management where she focused on environment and wildlife conservation and community engagement to foster environmental stewardship.

Thalia Kornhauser

Executive Assistant & Office Administrator | thalia@janegoodall.ca
Thalia was one of JGI Canada's outstanding volunteers before joining the team as a staff member in 2017. Thalia brings nearly a decade of office administrator experience to her role here, and is excited to put her skills to good use in support of community conservation and all things chimp.
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