A Canadian charity delivering hands-on quality programming about renewable energy, conservation, climate change and green careers.
Relay delivers renewable energy and environmental education programs in classrooms and communities. Relay is creating systemic change for a greener future and fostering the next generation of green energy leaders. We engaged more than 19,400 students and adults last year.
Educate, inspire and assist individuals and communities in building a 100% renewable energy future.
A healthy, prosperous planet led by informed citizens and powered by renewable energy sources.
Find out more about what Relay does and how we do it with the help of supporters and funders.
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Meet our Staff
Our team shares a unified passion for sustainability and commitment to education. We drive the organization forward through a diverse range of professional experience, creative personalities and do-good spirits.
Eitan is an independent consultant involved in supporting various development and logistics projects across Canada and abroad. As an interim senior executive, he has guided various organizations through periods of restructuring and change. Eitan holds an MBA from Queen’s University, and a CPA, CMA designation.
Pam is a passionate fundraiser with over 5 years experience working at the local, national and international level.
Adam is the Vice President of Finance for Northland Power Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent power producers that operates & develops clean & green energy projects in Canada, US, Asia, Latin America and Europe.
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Chris is a member of Mattagami First Nation located in North Eastern Ontario and now resides in Toronto. Chris’ focus has been on Indigenous economic development and financial services over the course of his decade long career and most recently working for Mississauga of the Credit Business Corporation on business development.
Chris is a designated CPA, CMA with many years of experience in professional services, most recently in the travel industry. Through his career Chris has worked at large and small companies and filled various roles from Finance to Operations, taking a forward looking, strategic view of the organization.
Audrey is the Manager of Human Rights and Sustainability for the Royal Bank of Canada. She is a lawyer and former consultant who has advised leading global businesses, international organizations, and civil society groups on all aspects of human rights governance.