Tzeporah Berman
Tzeporah Berman has been designing and winning environmental campaigns in Canada and internationally for 20 years.  She currently works as a strategic advisor for dozens of environmental organizations, First Nations and philanthropic advisors on clean energy, oilsands and pipelines.  She is the former co-director of Greenpeace International's Global Climate and Energy Program,  Executive Director and Co-founder of PowerUp Canada and Co-founder and Campaign Director of ForestEthics... (Click to read more)

Joel Solomon
Joel Solomon is Chair of Renewal Funds, Canada's largest social venture capital firm. With $98m assets under management, Renewal Funds invests in organic food, green products, and environmental and social innovations. Joel is a Senior Advisor with RSF Social Finance, a 2012 TEDxVancouver speaker, founding member of Social Venture NetworkBusiness for Social Responsibility, the Tides Canada Foundation, and is Board Chair of Hollyhock.

Solomon puts the green back into money. He rocks the foundations of how we look at money. He educates, he informs, and he will create a movement. Future generations will refer to Solomon’s ‘The Clean Money Revolution’ as a seminal reference for the institutionalization of the Green Economy.

Ashli Akins
Ashli Akins is a human rights and environmental advocate, artist, and social entrepreneur. When she was 21, she founded Mosqoy, an international charitable organization that works with highland indigenous communities of the Andean mountains in Peru. Mosqoy aims to mitigate the adverse effects of unsustainable tourism and development in the region by facilitating economic opportunities that incorporate community voice and nurture their threatened culture and environment...(Click to read more)

Jon Williams
Jon Williams is an advocate for breaking the stigma around mental illness, abuse, and the power of community. Jon is the midday announcer for The Zone @ 91 -3, a radio station in Victoria, British Columbia, and can be heard educating listeners to be more aware of the challenges faced by people with mental health issues.

He has helped and inspired those with mental health issues by sharing his own personal stories and showing that they are not alone in their struggles. Not that the show is purely based on such, his passion for music, science and having fun shines through too.

Jon has been on Vancouver Island for nearly six years and is very excited about sharing his energy and passion to The Jellyfish Project. Music is absolutely key to Jon, the power its voice has and the joy it brings is why his life revolves around it.

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Dr. Dan Kingsbury | Advisor
Dr. Dan Kingsbury is a retired dentist living on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. He was president of The Jellyfish Project (JFP) from 2013-2014 and has been involved with the JFP since its inception in 2011. He is a member of the Suzuki Elders, a voluntary association of self-identified elders working with and through the David Suzuki Foundation. Suzuki Elders mentor, motivate and support other elders and younger generations in dialogue and action on environmental issues through educating, communicating, connecting, and non-partisan advocacy. 

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William (Bill) Campbell | Advisor
Bill is the founder and President of Skyway West Business Internet Services and a member of two Internet industry lobby groups: the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA Alliance), and the Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC). Skyway West specializes in private networking and prioritizing, bonding and fail over of Internet access services. Living on BC’s Sunshine Coast and seeing first hand the environmental threats to our waters and lands motivated Bill to champion ocean sustainability and to use his skills and knowledge to work for a truly sustainable planet. Bill is a NCCP certified baseball and basketball coach.

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Jessica Lansfield, PhD | Advisor
Born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Jessica’s life and learning have been highly influenced by the north, the beauty of nature, and the exploration of the earth’s wide range of cultures, climates and conditions.  Understanding various aspects of health and the human condition have spurred both her academic and professional careers. With undergraduate degrees in Applied Human Nutrition from the University of Guelph and Therapeutic Recreation from the University of Waterloo, along with a master’s degree in Therapeutic Relationships from the University of Waterloo in partnership with Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, and a doctorate degree from the University of Victoria’s innovative and research-intensive Social Dimensions of Health program, Jessica’s understanding of health has become increasingly holistic and ecological. Her transdisciplinary doctoral research filled gaps in the literature concerning the interconnections between social engagement, the social determinants of health, and the ecosystems perspective.  Outside of academia, over the past 15 years, Jessica as worked as a consultant for various not-for-profit and non-governmental organizations, and government departments. Her work has spanned from educational, art-based and environmental initiatives, to long-term care and age-friendly strategies, to therapeutic recreation and hospital settings, to music programs, film projects and festivals, to bio-acoustics research, conservation, and social justice societies. Jessica is the past executive director of The Jellyfish Project and has been held an advisory role to the project since December 2013. She currently splits her time between the Yukon Territory’s stunning mountain ranges and British Columbia’s beautiful coastlines, as time in nature grounds and inspires her life’s work.