Lin Gibson re-elected as Vice-Chair of Conservation Ontario
Conservation Sudbury is proud to announce that Chairperson Lin Gibson has been acclaimed in one of two Vice-Chair positions on the board of directors of Conservation Ontario for 2021-22.
Lin has been vice-chair of Conservation Ontario since 2013. The election took place at the Conservation Ontario annual general meeting held on April 12, 2021.
“I am honoured to have been nominated from the Council of conservation authority members to this prominent position within our provincial organization,” Gibson said. “I look forward to working with my colleagues to advance the important work that we do in our watersheds. I believe I bring to the table a sound voice for Northern Ontario along with a common passion shared by all CAs to protect our watersheds throughout the province.”
Conservation Ontario is governed by a six-member elected Board of Directors. The umbrella organization is comprised of appointed and elected municipal officials hailing from all 36 conservation authorities’ Boards of Directors and staff.
Conservation Ontario supports the conservation authority network and is responsible for a number of significant priorities with direct association through government relations, research and information, education and training, and outreach education in municipalities where CAs operate.
Lin Gibson is currently the Chairperson of Conservation Sudbury and serves alongside Vice-Chair Stephen Kaufman, Members Jennifer Davidson, Anne Watelet, Bill Leduc, Geoff McCausland, Mike Jakubo, and Joscelyne Landry-Altmann.