MEET OUR TEAM

ESTABLISHED IN

2017

VOLUNTEER HOURS

16,000+

NUMBER OF LIVES IMPACTED

9,000+

EXECUTIVE TEAM

Avery King

President

Shauna Tremblay

Vice President of Finance

Keileigh Robinson

Vice President of Human Resources

Micheal Minardi

Vice President of Project Development

Courtney Pake

Vice President of Logistics

PROJECT MANAGERS

Kaitlyn Pecaski

interACT

Hallie Westwood

Endure

Trevor Ramieri

reVERT

Matt Hardy

Wood-U

CURRENT PROJECTS

Project interACT

interactwindsor@gmail.com

Project interACT intends to provide international students with skills and resources that give them confidence to feel secure in their new country. This initiative prepares international students with job interview experience, job opportunities, and works to teach them basic financial skills. InterACT wants to connect newcomer’s with established members of the community to create a better tomorrow.

Project reVERT

trevor.ramieri@gmail.com

Project reVERT is a student-driven environmental initiative aimed at reimagining current recycling practices. Our primary focus revolves around our five-tier bin system, separated into categories of waste, organics, paper, aluminum, and plastic. By separating these resources, we are not only able to divert unnecessary waste from landfills, but also significantly reduce the likelihood of cross-contamination. This, paired with our educational campaigns throughout the community, increase the likelihood of successful recycling and shape the picture of a greener future.

Project Wood U

projectwooduscc@gmail.com

Project Wood U is partnered with Windsor Pallet Ltd., as well as St. Joes High School and Cardinal Carter High School students. Using repurposed wood pallets from Windsor Pallet Ltd., and other recyclable materials it provides the students with materials to create their own micro-business. By providing these students with the business and entrepreneurial skills to market their products, they can sell them for profit. Wood U students recently remodelled the Ford Essex Engine Plant’s front lobby with the recycled pallets.

Project Endure

hw1@myscc.ca

Endure, promotes the well-being of individuals with a wide range of disabilities by repurposing materials into sensory blankets, bridging the gap between fast fashion and textile waste. Sensory blankets calm and focus the user, as well as improve fine motor skills, which give the ability to learn or relearn important skills such as tying shoes or buttoning buttons. This allows for constant and consistent support, without any assistance, establishing a sense of independence. 

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