POLIS Associate & B.C. Water Governance Program Manager, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Natasha Overduin is the Program Manager for the British Columbia Water Governance Program at the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER).
Events and Special Projects Coordinator
Roleen joined the POLIS Water Sustainability Project in August 2017 as its Events and Special Projects Coordinator.
Megan joined the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance and POLIS Water Sustainability Project in May 2014.
Meena is a third-year law student primarily interested in Indigenous and environmental law issues.
Sarah is a third-year law student at the University of Victoria.
Caleigh Aalders is a Victoria-raised University of Victoria student in her third year of a double major in English Literature and Environmental Studies.
Work Study Student
German Ocampo has supported both local and international community-based projects gaining expertise in community organizing, effective communication, and advocacy.
Zoë Barrett-Wood joined the Water Sustainability Project as a summer intern from July to August 2009 to research the opportunities and challenges of urban rainwater harvesting.
Alyssa Boky is a Bachelor of Commerce student at the University of Victoria with an interest in applying business knowledge to create sustainable work environments.
Summer Student in Water Ethics and Watershed Governance
Rachelle was a summer student with the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance from May to September 2016.
Law and Policy Researcher
Savannah Carr-Wilson joined the POLIS Water Sustainability Project in February 2015, and brings an interest in water conservation, law, and governance.
Communications & Research Assistant
Thomas is completing an undergraduate degree in Physical Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria.