Learn more about the talented
folks behind Every Day Advocates
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Eseohe Ojo
Program Manager

Ese is a human rights advocate and policy professional who has worked with non-profits on a range of issues including digital rights, freedom of expression, access to information, academic freedom, gender, democracy, and open government. She holds a Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs degree from the University of British Columbia. Interested in further exploring the relationship between the environment, human rights, and society, Ese joined GreenPAC as Program Manager for Every Day Advocates. She is a Ravenpuff and afrobeat lover constantly looking out for rainbows and sunny days in Vancouver.

Sarah Van Exan
GreenPAC Executive Director

Sarah has worked with or for all levels of government, managing environment, governance, and justice files. As Managing Director of Green Economy Canada, she led the expansion of a non-profit network dedicated to supporting business sustainability. Sarah first joined GreenPAC as part of the 100 Debates on the Environment team to make sure the environment was a top issue in the 2019 federal election. She sits on the board of a youth-focused charity in Kenya, and co-chairs a climate action group in her community.

Beata Rasitsan
GreenPAC Senior Communications Manager

Beata has a wealth of strategic communications experience. In her past roles, she has engaged audiences across diverse channels and created compelling and successful fundraising campaigns and events. She has a keen eye for design and a passion for storytelling and the environment. Beata is looking forward to communicating GreenPAC’s vital mission and impact to supporters across the country. In her spare time, she has a multidisciplinary arts practice and feels most inspired when out in nature.

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Nicole Golletz
GreenPAC Administrative Coordinator

An advocate for equitable climate change solutions, Nicole has experience providing administrative support in various team environments and loves collaborating with others. In completing her studies at the University of Manitoba, she holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography. With a focus on environmental policy, intergovernmental affairs, and Indigenous rights, she will continue to seek opportunities for meaningful change. Contributing to the team from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nicole is living on Treaty 1 Territory. While she loves to explore new places in the summer, she also enjoys the coziness of Manitoba winters, as long as she has a good book or two.