Tracey Saxby

Marine Scientist. Activist. Visionary change-maker.

Co-Founder, Executive Director, past Board member (2014 to 2017)

In 2007 Tracey kickstarted the grassroots movement to reduce plastic bag use across Canada, when she proposed that Rossland should be the first plastic-bag free community in Canada. The initiative garnered national media attention, as well as a few awards.

Fast-forward seven years, and Tracey has picked up a megaphone to inspire thousands of people to defend, protect, and restore Howe Sound.

She is currently developing a new campaign called the #ZeroCarbonChallenge, which is a ten-year plan to catalyze climate action in Canada.

Tracey holds a masters equivalent in marine science and is a partner at Visual Science with over twenty years of experience working at the nexus of science, design, and communication.

Her passions include skiing, kiteboarding, rockclimbing, singing, gardening, and playing D&D.

Eoin Finn

Extreme Energy Researcher. Cave explorer.

Co-Founder, Director of Research

Eoin (pronounced Owen) is a management consultant with 25 years of business experience, and is now a retired partner of major accounting/consulting firm KPMG. He holds a B.Sc. in chemistry, a Ph.D. in physical chemistry and an MBA in International Business.

Eoin has spent the past several years researching aspects of BC’s proposed LNG industry, as co-founder and Research Director of My Sea to Sky. In 2018 he stepped into the Board Chair role.

Eoin is a former climber and cave explorer and helped explore and film Castleguard Cave in the Rockies. He enjoys spending time on Bowyer Island in Howe Sound with his wife and three children, two of whom have become marine biologists.

Delena Angrignon

Student of life. Curious. Outdoor enthusiast.

Co-Founder, Admin / Finance, past Board member (2014 to 2017)

Delena and her husband moved to Squamish in 2005 as the old Woodfibre pulp mill was shutting down. It was the beginning of a town going through a revitalization.

They have spent years running the trails, climbing the mountains, and paddling in the local waters of Howe Sound, and have grown to appreciate the gift of living in an area of the world that has clean water and air.

In 2014 after years of enjoying the privilege of living in such a pristine environment, Delena helped co-found My Sea to Sky with other passionate neighbors. With a fossil fuel industry trying to make a comeback to the Woodfibre site located in Howe Sound, she felt pulled to participate in helping to defend and protect this incredible natural environment.

Siobhan Winters

Activist. Nature Enthusiast. Animal Lover.

Social Media Coordinator

Siobhan has always been passionate about the wilderness. Growing up with an inherent love for the planet, she realized at a young age that most of humanity’s priorities seemed critically flawed, and felt compelled to do something about it. A strong desire to protect the planet and the creatures that reside here led Siobhan to be heavily involved in the non-profit sector over the last decade.

From rehabilitating wildlife and fostering kittens, to spearheading rescue missions, to writing letters to elected officials, Siobhan does whatever she can to advocate for the environment.

In her spare time, she loves cuddling her cats, hiking in the backcountry, and lugging her camera around to get photos and videos of wildlife.

Rhiannon Fox

Forest ecologist. Community-builder. Dreamer.

Campaign Coordinator.

Rhiannon is a lifelong environmentalist with a passion for bringing people together. She and her family moved to Vancouver from the US in 2017 and immediately fell in love with the region. She is deeply involved in local organizing on issues of climate, housing, cycling and safe streets, and municipal politics.

She holds a master’s degree in forest and environmental science from the University of Washington. She’s worked on environmental issues from multiple angles, having spent time in the environmental consulting industry, the US Forest Service, and the nonprofit world, and is excited to bring these diverse perspectives to fighting to protect Átl’ḵa7tsem / Howe Sound.

In her spare time, Rhiannon loves hiking, trail-running, curling up with a book and a cat, playing board games with her family, and watching live-streamed city council meetings. In previous lifetimes, she’s also been a long-distance hiker, a climber, and a mediocre banjo player.

Keenan Miles

Environmental Justice Advocate. Student for life. Athlete.

Community Organizer.

Keenan is a recent graduate form Quest University Canada, where he learned about the ways that colonization and globalization have shaped the modern world, and current climate issues. Originally from Summit County, Colorado, he has seen the impacts of the tourism industry and climate change on the environment and the larger social structures of the communities where tourism is the main driver of the economy. He hopes to work towards a world where outdoor recreation is more accessible and much more aware of its impacts socially and environmentally.

In his time at Quest he learned about the ways that the culture of outdoor recreation is inherently extractive of the land, misogynist, and racist–when it does not have to be. For partial completion of his Bachelor’s degree he created a snowboard film Stories Form Landscapes: A Critical Analysis of Ski Culture which delves into these complexities and offers some ways for recreationalists to be critical of their love for their sport and connection to the land they recreate on.

Malika Bindra

Activist. Nature & Animal Lover. Good Friend.

Community Organizer.

Growing up in the Sea to Sky, Malika has always been amazed by everything this beautiful place has to offer: the crisp ocean breeze, the sunset painted skies, the tall towering mountains, the mossy forests, and the slimy slugs are just a few of her favorite things. Her love for the land, and the creatures on it, have been a driving force in the environmental and social non-profit work she has done.

Malika is a graduate from Quest University in Squamish. In her thesis, she explored how settlers can be accomplices in Indigenous resurgence and sovereignty. This research examined the violent history of colonialism in so-called Canada and its ongoing dynamics today. She argues that settlers are active participants in these injustices and explores what their role as accomplices to Indigenous sovereignty and resurgence looks like.

Some of her passions include camping, kayaking, hiking, doodling, and being silly with her friends.