Boris Fucic, Vice Chair
Boris Fucic is the managing director of Serenity Labs Inc., an IT services company focused on small-to-medium sized businesses – a company he founded in 2016. Boris previously ran several large-scale projects and managed a dedicated team of System Specialists and IT Analysts at Enbridge Gas Distribution. Boris has extensive consulting experience and has worked with numerous Fortune 500 organizations. From a volunteering perspective, Boris has advised many not-for-profit organizations and charities across the Greater Toronto Area in fields as diverse as Strategy, Marketing, Communications, and IT. Boris holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business, a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Ryerson University and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Natasha is experienced in fostering environmental stewardship through behaviour change campaigns and community engagement. She brings a background in program management and community outreach combined with experience as a long-time volunteer with various organizations including Toronto Green Community and Live Green Toronto Volunteers. These experiences provided opportunities to learn more about how environmental issues affect not only individuals but whole communities. Natasha welcomes the opportunity to contribute her expertise and her experience to help support the Toronto Green Community in creating more sustainable neighbourhoods.
Sheri Doxtator, Board Member – Fundraising
Sheri Doxtator is a citizen of and currently resides on the Oneida Nation of the Thames Settlement (located southwest of London, Ontario). She was elected to the position of Yehsʌnowá:nʌ (Elected Chief) in June 2014 for a two year term, ending in July 2016. From 2006 – 2010, Sheri D held the position of an Elected Council member of Oneida with pride and honour. She has sat on various committees, boards and as an executive level board member. Sheri held the seat of President of the Board of Directors for Twataya’Takenhas (pronounced DWA DAH YA DAH GIIN HAAS) Incorporated (a.k.a. TTI), the for-profit arm of the Oneida Nation of the Thames.
Sheri D’s work experience includes Fundraising, Economic Development, Business Development, Corporate Development, Entrepreneurship, Health Research and Administration. She has also worked along side some well-known First Nations leaders and leaders in science. To name a few previous employers: Chiefs of Ontario, Southern First Nations Secretariat, Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre, Bank of Montreal, London Health Sciences Centre, and the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians. Most recently, Sheri D has continued on the entrepreneurial path working as a consultant at her own business, Doxtator Enterprises. She has also volunteered over years with local organizations. She is a proud Iroquois woman with a long history working for a brighter future for all generations to come.
Khairoon Abbas, Board Member
Khairoon Abbas, a communications specialist based in Toronto, spent the last seven years working as a consultant with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), where she supported communications and education projects related to sustainable lifestyles and youth. Khairoon enjoys using her communication skills to empower individuals to better understand the impact of their consumption and how to change wasteful consumption into ones that are more sustainable. She is particularly passionate about engaging children and youth – as today’s consumers and tomorrow’s leaders – in this transition towards sustainable lifestyles. Khairoon holds a Master’s degree in journalism and a Bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Carleton University’s renowned School of Journalism and Communication. Khairoon is honoured to support Toronto Green Community’s communications and marketing efforts in engaging and connecting communities thriving in a sustainable Toronto.
Sandrine Chan Im, Board Member – Marketing and Communications
Sandrine is a creative and data-driven marketer with a focus and hands-on expertise in digital marketing, social media and performance-based campaigns. She has helped many corporations use the web to build and grow a powerful online presence that generated positive and concrete results for their business.
She is also a global cosmopolitan and a proud millennial who strongly believes in the importance of creating a sustainable environment for the sake of the planet and our future.
Honourary Patron: David Suzuki
“Green Communities are a great example of getting things done at the community level. We can all be inspired by their dedication to protecting the environment and making the world a better place for future generations.” DAVID SUZUKI