"We're mobilizing the music industry to speak up for the environmental realities of our time and the solutions to overcome them!"
- Daniel Kingsbury
Board of Directors
Sharon Belanger | Board Member
Sharon is an accomplished graphic designer with more than 25 years of experience. Before founding Belanger Design Studio in 2000, she worked as a senior designer at Jager Design Inc., Kent Allan Design Studios and at Marksmann Communications in Sydney, Australia. Her passion for protecting the environment has led her to lend her design skills to many projects that educate the public about, and advocate for composting, recycling, air quality, and water conservation.
Steve Robins | Board Member
Steve is the publisher of a Quebec-based lifestyle magazine as well as Montreal tourist Guides and App: Plaisirs de Vivre (Living with Style), Le Guide Prestige Montreal, I Gotcha Montreal. Steve has sat on the Board of Directors and Foundation of a Private High School and College and chaired numerous committees. A runner who practices yoga and pilates, he has coached baseball and soccer teams, and is a sensei in Budokon, a form of martial art. Steve is compelled and determined to contribute to environmental solutions that make a difference
Bronia Kingsbury | Board Member
Bronia has been involved with The Jellyfish Project since its inception in 2011. She has a profound appreciation for the natural world and the arts. As an environmentalist and artist, she uses the landscape as her palette. She is an ardent gardener of flowers and food, and a long-time community volunteer.
Robbie McFarland | Board Member
Robbie is a CPA and works as the Financial Controller for a Tech Company in Vancouver. He grew up on the Sunshine Coast where his love of nature took shape among the ocean and the trees. He has had a couple of profound moments impact his life and lead him towards environmentalism. The first was in 2006 when he saw Al Gore's documentary film, "An Inconvenient Truth," and the second was in 2012 when he saw Mindil Beach present the Jellyfish Project live to students in a Toronto High School. He hopes to help influence businesses to use more sustainable practices in order to create a better future for everyone.