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Our Team

Our Team

Our board of directors strives to represent the diversity of the Islands. Our directors all know Haida Gwaii as home, and we represent communities from north to south – Tow Hill, Old Massett, Masset, Skidegate, and Queen Charlotte.


Valine Crist, Coordinator

Valine, a K'ouwas Eagle, has centered her academic and activist work around environmental justice, Indigenous rights and title and defending Haida Gwaii from the threat of large-scale oil and gas export projects. She believes that an elegant transition to small-scale renewable power is necessary and she is committed to seeing Haida Gwaii embrace the energy shift.


Jaalen Edenshaw, Director

Jaalen is an artist who draws his inspiration from the lands waters and culture of Haida Gwaii. His philosophy is that with all that this land has given us, we must give back. He believes that we cannot take this place for granted and we cannot continue to rely on fossil fuels while we are fighting to protect our homelands from oil and gas industries. 


Niisii Guujaaw, Director

Niisii belongs to the Ts'aahl clan and is studying a combined degree of Marine Biology and Indigenous Studies at UBC.  She is excited about renewable energy on Haida Gwaii because energy-independence will give our stands against resource-extractive industries more power. She wants to see younger generations even more involved and leading in the clean-energy shift.


Lucy Neville, Director

Lucy studied Environmental Science at UVic, and has since worked throughout BC in conservation, stewardship and environmental education. Working to connect the youth of Haida Gwaii to the ocean and environment through the sport of surfing, she is passionate about the power of community-based leadership to drive the shift to clean energy.


Brady Yu, Director

Brady is a pro at policy, a part-time paramedic, and volunteer with the local fire department. He sees the transition to renewable energy as important to help combat climate change and create a separation between energy and power. He feels hopeful that Haida Gwaii can build community-owned energy projects that are innovative, clean, and locally beneficial.