Well, sort of.
Tracey Saxby is not exactly a new face, but rather one of the original faces of Greener Footprints. After founding the Society in 2005 and then serving as its Executive Director, Tracey has been advising the board for some time. Now that she has another day job, Greener Footprints becomes one of Tracey’s favourite pastimes, and now she will finally have voting rights!
As a volunteer since 2007, Rachael Roussin isn’t exactly new to the Society either. She lives in Rossland, the Society’s original stomping ground, and she helped with the plastic bag reduction campaign there. But her familiarity with the Greener Footprints story, isn’t the only reason for her appointment to the board. From her work with Rossland REAL Food and the Columbia Basin Trust, she brings extensive professional experience to the table, ranging from communications to project development to event coordination.
There will be no “bored” at our board meetings having these gals around!