OCC team members are experts in interpreting climate research, extracting relevant information, and helping end-users apply findings to their planning processes.
Christine is the Manager of the OCC. She is responsible for overseeing the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s function as host of the Secretariat of the OCC, particularly in the context of ongoing strategic planning, business development, program management, and knowledge mobilization. Christine also leads the development of new partnerships with academic, government, and private sector organizations to advance the OCC’s mandate and ensure full service delivery to OCC Members and Key Partners. (Email).
Ian is a Project Manager with the OCC responsible for research mobilization and communications. Ian’s role is focused on organizing events and developing communications materials to promote research developed by the OCC and member organizations. Ian is also engaged in policy research through various projects investigating the links that exist between climate change and mainstream policy areas. (Email).
Edmundo is a Project Manager with the OCC responsible for the Climate Information and Adaptation programs. Edmundo’s role is focused on managing the development and implementation of projects that aim to answer critical research questions related to adaptation responses and policy. The projects in these programs include a variety of partnerships among universities and public and private sector organizations that come together to advance climate research in Ontario. (Email).
Glenn is a Project Manager with the Ontario Climate Consortium Secretariat. In this role, he manages the development and implementation of projects aimed to build capacity and answer key research questions related to climate adaptation and information in support of climate action and policy response. He is also involved in a variety of partnerships comprised of universities, public and private sector organizations that come together to advance climate research and resilience in Ontario. Glenn holds a bachelor’s degree in water resources engineering and a master’s degree in climate change from the University of Waterloo. (Email).