Barry Wilson is a Systems Ecologist and BC Registered Professional Forester. He is a co-owner of CE Analytic Ltd. and is also an Associate of ALCES Landscape and Land-Use Ltd. Barry is an expert in holistic cumulative effects analysis with 27 years of experience in integrated land management in North America and is working to shape land use for a resilient society, environment and economy.
CE Analytic is a 1% For The Planet member company and is a proud donor to the Columbia Mountains Institute, the Pacific Salmon Foundation as well as the BC Tomorrow Society.
In addition to his role as the President of the BC Tomorrow Society, Barry is currently leading several initiatives in western North America examining current and historic change in landscapes, economies and society associated with the cumulative effects of human land use in combination with natural forces like wildfire and climate change.
Barry is very involved in his community. He is currently the President Elect of the Salmon Arm Daybreak Rotary Club, is appointed to the Columbia Shuswap Regional District Advisory Planning Commission and represents citizens at large as an appointed member of the City of Salmon Arm Environmental Advisory Committee.
Suzan Lapp is an Independent consultant based in Kelowna that provides surface water management strategies to local and regional government and industries. Her PhD focused on the impacts of water supply due to climate change. Suzan is a registered member with APEGBC and the BC Institute of Agrologists.
Suzan provides guidance on integrating climate change into the BC Tomorrow simulator.
Suzan became involved with BC Tomorrow because children are the decision makers of tomorrow and an educational resource such as BC Tomorrow will help them understand the complex interactions between the social, economic and environmental tradeoffs. She also became involved with BC Tomorrow because she is passionate about water and the need to have it in our school system.
Justin Straker is a soil scientist and forest ecologist, and a principal of the Integral Ecology Group in Victoria, British Columbia. Justin has over 15 years of experience in applied terrestrial ecology, focusing on three primary areas:
In his work, Mr. Straker has provided technical advice and research support to industry, government and stakeholder clients throughout western Canada, and in Quebec and Peru.
Dave Witt is a retired educator with 35 years experience in teaching, school based administration, and district management. He is currently involved in educational and administrative consulting for school districts, government agencies, and legal firms.
His involvement with BC Tomorrow matches his belief that nothing is more important than educating our future citizens to be skeptical reviewers of information, critical thinkers, and analytical problem solvers.
Our Creator placed us on this land to take care of our people, our culture, our language, our customs, our knowledge, our land, our title, to be ours forever and ever. Ensuring that we live in a safe, healthy, self sufficient community where cultural values and identity are consistently valued promoted and embraced by all.
Dave Nordquist is a member of the Adams Lake Indian Band. The Adams Lake Indian Band is one of the 17 bands of the Secwepemc Nation in the Interior of British Columbia. Dave is the former Natural Resource Manager of the Adams Lake Indian Band from June, 1997 to January 2008. He is currently the Title and Rights, TUS and Special Projects Coordinator for the Band located at Chase, British Columbia. Previously to that he was employed by the BC Ministry of Forests in the Salmon Arm Forest District.
Dave’s duties for the Adams Lake Indian Band involve providing Title and Rights advice to the Adams Lake Band Chief and Council. He is also involved in developing a maintain the bands referral system. He is also involved in developing a comprehensive Cultural Heritage Program for the Band to see that all Elders are interviewed and their knowledge recorded as well as providing the material the Chief Atahm for curriculum development.
Dave is the past President for NAFA, and also sat on the FN Council of Advisors for the Faculty of Forestry at The University of British Columbia.
Dave Graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science inForestry in 1997. He is also a Registered Professional Forester with the Association of British Columbia Professional Foresters.