Brent Lennox joined the board in 2017. After completing a B.Sc. at University of Toronto and then an M.Sc. at Acadia University, Brent has been working as a hydrogeologist with Waterline Resources for the majority of his ten-year environmental consulting career. Brent enjoys hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing, and spending time in the mountains in his free time.
Debbie Rheinstein is a geoscientist and educator who joined the board in 2017. She completed her B.Sc. in geology at University of Toronto and then a M.Sc. in biogeochemistry at University of Guelph and a B.Ed. at University of Toronto. She has been working at the Calgary Board of Education for over ten years and is passionate about teaching students about science and outdoor education.
Position: Science Advisor
Paul Carriere is the Superintendent of School District No. 6 (Rocky Mountain) in British Columbia. The District has 19 schools, and covers the area from Field, BC through Golden, and down the Columbia River Valley through Invermere to Kimberley. Paul began his teaching career in School District No. 35 (Langley) and served as a Secondary School Vice Principal before moving to a Principalship in School District No. 81 (Fort Nelson) in 1995. Paul came to Rocky Mountain in 1998 where he has served as both an Elementary and Secondary Principal, and as Assistant Superintendent with responsibilities for Human Resources and Technology Services before being appointed to his current position in August, 2010.