Nathan Randall brings social innovation, program management and international development experiences to the Ecotrust Canada team.
He first joined the organization in 2017, designing and managing the North Coast Innovation Lab in Prince Rupert, BC. For nearly three years, he worked with academic and community partners to activate social innovation projects with the Skeena Office team. In fall 2020, Nathan transferred to Nanaimo, BC, joining Ecotrust Canada’s Home-Lands team as Project Manager, where he works with Indigenous partners to enable resilient on-reserve housing systems.
Hailing from Guelph, Ontario, Nathan graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of International Business degree. He was a participant in the Aga Khan Foundation of Canada’s 2015-16 International Youth Fellowship Program, co-developing and piloting financial inclusion programs with CARE International in Tanzania and Kenya. He is currently completing a Social Innovation Certificate from Simon Fraser University.
Outside of work, Nathan enjoys writing, recording and playing music. As a new resident of Nanaimo, he is eager to explore his new homeland and learn from the cultures and communities of Vancouver Island.