Meet our Evolutionary Board Members
Meet our visionary and active Board of Directors...
Each one is a story of commitment to the ongoing shift in human consciousness and sustainability.
Nate became associated with the Gaia centre as a volunteer while studying in the Eco-tourism Management Program at Fleming College in Haliburton. He has been a straw bale builder, teacher in the Eco-tourism program and founder of Curious Caribou Centre in L'Amable, Ontario. He is also an active volunteer with the David Suzuki Foundation.
An artist, Nate's carvings, photography, and painting reflect his awe and reverence for the natural world, One of his works, a totem pole, marks the entrance to the Cosmic Labyrinth at Gaia Centre's headquarters in Haliburton.
A Haliburtonian, Alice is an Information Technology Director. She is passionate about spiritual growth, and evolution for herself, community and planet. She has been involved with Wellspring, and Fire and Ice, an international conference in Greenland. She has both attended and led Gaia Centre programs.
Seeking to learn how to balance business and spiritual values, Janice found her way first to Gaia Centre's workshops, then seeking spiritual community, to the weekly Gaia Gatherings. She has recently made the big move from the GTA to Kinmount. She brings strong organizational skills and a natural passion for marketing. She is committed to creating more awareness of the Gaia Centre in the local and surrounding communities.
Originally from Newfoundland, Nancy resides in Lindsay Ontario and is a writer, spiritual healer, and light worker. She brings a depth of wisdom to Gaia Centre's work of awakening and consciously centering our energy in ways that contribute to the well being of Mother Earth.
Past Board Members ...who have brought us to where we are today:
Dave and Bonnie Collacutt
continue as great friends of Gaia Centre and are currently involved in Awakening The Dreamer and Transition Barrie from their home in Innisfil.
A committed vegetarian, retired Unitarian minister, and a fan of Carolyn McDade Cheryl resides in Beaverton.
A writer and playwrite she sits on Haliburton's Those Other Movies committee, and with husband Alan Clark make a great maple syrup!
A resident of Haliburton, she has been a Professor of Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism Management at Fleming College.
Owner of Haliburton Yoga she continues to promote and participate in local projects.
An allumna of the University of Creation Spirituality, member of Toronto's Ruah Community, and exceptional leader of the Cosmic Walk.
A writer, builder, outdoorsman, leader of Vision Quests, and an ongoing leader at the Seasonal Sacred Circles, Doug, Kate, and Lab, Mitch, live off the grid north of Minden.
A resident of Minden Hills, she is a poet, professor of theology, and an international teacher of facilitation skills.
A U.C.C. minister at Bobcaygeon his Sunday morning blog is heard throughout the county on Canoe FM on Sunday mornings.