Ecotrust Canada is comprised of a team of professionals skilled in a multitude of disciplines including forestry, GIS, planning, community economic development, marine resource management, eco-certifications, governance, and micro-finance.
Senior Advisor, Fisheries
Tasha Sutcliffe served as the organization’s Vice President until March 2019, and also as Director for the Fisheries and Marine Program, a position she has held since 2007. She brings extensive experience in fisheries, community economic development and business systems. Prior to joining Ecotrust Canada, Tasha spent nine years as the Regional Director for the Community Fisheries Development Centre in Prince Rupert, where she worked tirelessly with First Nations, governments, community organizations, businesses, and industry to create community economic alternatives in the face of reduced commercial fishing opportunities.